The temperature will drop to 1°F overnight on Saturday. Sunday morning will be bright and clear but COLD with temps heading upward to 25°F by afternoon. Evening brings a drop to 19°F and overnight, a low of 7°F. There is no precipitation forecast in this 24-hour period.
- Haliburton Highlands Ontario Long Term Weather
Monday looks to be a day with cloudy periods and a high of 30°F. The overnight low is forecast to 5°F .There is no precipitation in the forecast.
Tuesday, March 29 is expected to be another cloudy day with temperatures climbing to 36°F. The low overnight should drop to14°F, however there is no precipitation in the forecast.
Wednesday is again a day with ‘cloudy periods.’ The high however will climb to 41°F. The low overnight will be 18°F and again, there is no precipitation in the forecast.
Thursday, expect a sunny day with moderate temperatures of 37 °F during the day and 25°F overnight. There’s no precipitation in the forecast.
Friday will be a mainly sunny day with a high of 39°F and an overnight low of 28°F. There is less than one inch of precipitation accumulation expected.
Have a great week!
Earlier this week, the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) encouraged drivers in Ontario to keep their snow tires on, despite the recent warm up and transition to the spring season…
”Typically we have to get through the first week of April in southern Ontario to say we’ve really cleared the threat of significant snow,” says Chris Scott, another meteorologist at The Weather Network. “Some years we have seen snow later than that, but typically in a place like Toronto, if you can get by April 10th and 15th, you’ve pretty much said, OK, spring is here and we’re done!”
Source: TheWeatherNetwork.com - ‘Still frigid in southern Ontario‘
Magnetawan River, Britt, Ontario, Canada - 3.18.11
Haliburton Highlands: Got The Weather Forecast if You Want It!:
Haliburton Highlands Weekend Weather
Welcome to the weekend!
Tonight, Friday expect variable cloudiness continuing overnight with a low temperature of 16°F.
Saturday morning you should wake to a mainly sunny day with temperatures starting out at 14°F but climbing up to 34°F by Saturday afternoon. Saturday evening is forecast to be clear with a temperature of 23°F. The overnight low should dip to 14°F. There is no precipitation in the 24-hour span between Friday night and Saturday night.
Haliburton Highlands Long Term Weather Forecast
Sunday will have cloudy periods and a high temperature of 39°F. The overnight low on Sunday will be 7°F . Precipitation accumulation is expected to be .04 inches.
Monday, you should look for mixed precipitation, a high temperature of 43°F, and an overnight low of 30°F. There may be close to 1 inch of precipitation accumulation.
You can look forward to a mainly sunny day on Tuesday with a high of 39°F, and an overnight low of 25°F. There is no precipitation in the forecast.
Wednesday, March 23 expect variable cloudiness, a high of 30°F and an overnight low of 18°F. There is no precipitation in the forecast.
Thursday will be a sunny day with a high temperature of 30°F. The low overnight should drop to 14°F. There is no precipitation in the forecast.
Have a great week!
Lake of Bays, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada on 3.16.11
March break is in full swing in the Haliburton Highlands!:
I’ve got a big list of diverse activities to enjoy that including playing, creating, eating and more!:
Let’s start with activities that are scheduled for March 17 (St. Patrick’s Day).
Though some folks enjoy green beer on St. Paddy’s Day I’ve always been partial to a good hearty, Irish meal. If you enjoy eating, too here’s a great suggestion for where to enjoy such a meal on Thursday, March 17, 2011: Between 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the Minden United Church (scroll down for location info.) dig in to St. Patrick’s Day Irish Stew and Biscuit Dinner.
St Patrick's Stew and Biscuits!
Earlier in the day on Thursday, March 17 there are several cool-sounding activities to take part in like:
Soapstone carving, wire sculpture, pillowcase sewing and design at the Minden Hills Cultural Centre through March 18 from 10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. daily!
Culture Club in Minden
Also on March 17th, don’t miss ‘Bend It, Bead It’ at the Art Hive! This activity is open to ages 7+. See below for more details.
There are two March Break Children’s Concerts slated for March 17th.At 10:30 p.m. check out Rick & Terry at 10:30 a.m. at The Minden Hills Branch of the Haliburton Public Library and at the Dysart Branch you can do the same at 1:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome!
Haliburton Public Library
Finally, on March 17 at the Art Hive is ‘Crafty Girls Playing with Paper’ in which you can learn to make paper beads and more. See below for all the deets!
The Art Hive
MUCH MORE after the jump including activities for March 18, 19 & 21!
Lake Nipissing - Saturday, 3.12.11
I find this shot of Lake Nipissing to have an ethereal quality to it–and not only when the weather is grey like this (I’ve adjusted the photo to officially have ‘greytones’ but the skies reflected in the lake with the white ground cover made it look as if there were no colour in itany way. It just looks ‘cleaner’ now).
Southern Ontario, Canada Winter scenes – (scroll down for the full collection of web shots I took on 03.11-12.11):
Includes PHOTOS of: Boler Mtn. London, Burlington Lakefront, Canada, Chapleau River, Chicopee Ski Resort, Delawana Bay, Gilmour, Horseshoe Resort, Kincardine Channel, Kincardine Harbour, Lagoon City, Lake Nipissing, Lakefield, Magnetawan River – Britt, ONT, Ottawa, Parliament Hill, Penetangore River, Southern Ontario, Reach Harbour, Sand Point Lake, Sarnia Bay, Steenburg Lake, and Thunder Bay.
There is a definite melt taking place, more pronounced in some areas than others–some of the webcam shots are really illustrative of that.
I’ve posted the weather for Saturday as of 5 a.m. Saturday.
Haliburton Highlands Weekend Weather
Saturday, judging from a look around via webcam: (cont.)
Kincardine Harbour on Lake Huron - 3.12.11
Long Term Forecast Sunday March 13 through Friday March 18, 2011:
Haliburton Highlands Long Term Weather Forecast- 3.13 - 3.18
London, ONT, CA - 3.12.11
Saturday (cont.) is turning out as expected with ‘mixed precipitation’ and a high of 3°C. Scattered flurries continue overnight Saturday with a low of minus 5°C. The forecast calls for close to 1 cm of snow accumulation in the 24-hour period between Saturday and Sunday morning.
Sunday, expect scattered flurries, a high of minus 2°C and an overnight low temperature of minus 8°C. there should be less than 1 cm of snow
On Monday, expect cloudy periods, a high of 0°C and an over night low of minus 11°C. There is no precipitation in the forecast.
Tuesday is another days with cloudy periods, the high temperature should reach 5°C and the low overnight, a frosty minus 12°C. There is to be less than 1 mm rain and 1-3 cm of snow accumulation.
Wednesday will be a cloudy day with showers. The high will be 5°C and the overnight low minus 2°C. There is forecast 1mm of rain accumulation and less than 1 cm of snow.
Thursday, March 17 will be cloudy with showers. the high temperature should reach 5°C and the overnight low, minus 3°C. There is forecast about 5mm rain in this 24-hour period, as well as 5 cm of snow accumulation.
Friday, expect light snow with a high for the day of 0°C and a low overnight of minus 5°C. There is forecast 5cm of snow accumulation.
Try to stay dry and have a great week!
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All the photos in this album were taken in Ontario, Canada. (The 80- year-old photo of my dad and his parents, Alice & Frank, was most likely taken in Ontario, though I cannot be 100% sure.)
Any photos of the family taken post- May 1955- pre 1990, unless she is in them, were taken by my mother, Margaret “Peggy” McCrackan who died on January 12, 2011.
Without my mom there to record them photographically, many moments would be lost to time passing. The downside of course is that we have few photos of her from 1955 – onward.