Weekend & Long Term Weather Forecast Haliburton Highlands 9.25 -10.1.10 – Southern Ontario Webcam Shots 9.24.10
Ξ September 25th, 2010 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Algonquin Township, Autumn, boating, Canada, cottage country, fall colours, Haliburton, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, marine/marina, nature, Ontario, Photography, Travel/Vacation, weather, webcam |
Don’t forget to click on the photos. Several have some pretty fall foliage to enjoy.
Welcome to the last weekend of September!
In looking at the current temperature at Maple Lake/the Haliburton area, I can see you’ve had a rather mild overnight. Now to find what weather you can expect over the weekend of September 25 and 26, 2010 and the week to come.
Expect to awaken to light rain Saturday morning with rain continuing through the afternoon (sorry). Temperatures shall struggle up to about 52°F for a high on Saturday. By Saturday evening expect showers with cloudy skies and a temperature of 46°F. Rain continues overnight on Saturday with the temperature holding steady at 46°F. Precipitation accumulation should be in the neighbourhood of about a half inch.
Sunday should be a slight improvement on Saturday though it will only be about 54°F. Expect variable cloudiness, especially in the afternoon.There is no rain in the forecast for Sunday and the low overnight will be a nippy, though fairly normal, 41°F.
Monday will bring isolated showers but a more moderate high temperature of 61°F. The low overnight will mirror Sunday at 41°F and the total rain accumulation should be about 0.3 inches.
Tuesday will also bring isolated showers but the moderate high temperature of 61°F repeats, which is nice. The low overnight will be 48°F and the total rain accumulation should be about 0.1 inches.
Wednesday looks to have cloudy periods and a high of 63°F. The low overnight will be 46°F and there could be a trace of precipitation.
September closes out on Thursday the 30th with cloudiness and showers, a high of 61°F, a low overnight of 52°F and possibly 0.1 inches of precipitation accumulation.
October commences with isolated showers, a high of 55°F, an overnight low temperature of 45°F and 0.1 inches of precipitation accumulation.
In a word it is going to be a soggy (but not soaked) week. Make it a good one!
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