Ξ April 15th, 2011 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Canada, cottage country, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, marine/marina, nature, Ontario, Photography, spring, weather, webcam |
If there’s one word to describe what much of southeastern Ontario is experiencing weather-wise, I would choose “wet.” Be it snow, rain or a mix of the two, there is precipitation in your near future in SoONTCA on a fairly consistent basis. Adding to the ‘wet’ is the ‘melt’. I’m including a shot of Gilmour, Ontario, where the melt is quite obvious, but the same stands true for much of the region.
Friday evening, expect cloudy periods and a temperature of 37°F. By Friday overnight, look for variable clouds and temperatures dropping to 32°F. There should not be any rain before Saturday morning. The rain will continue throughout the day and evening on Saturday with a high on Saturday of 39°F and the low 36°F.
Sunday, expect mixed precipitation with rain accumulations of 0.1 inch and snow accumulation of 0.4 inch. The high temperature on Sunday is expected to be 39°F and the low 32°F.
Monday will be mainly sunny with a high temperature of 43°F and a nighttime low of 28°F. There is to be 0.4 inches of snow accumulation.
Tuesday will be cloudy with showers. The high on Tuesday will be 48°F and the low overnight 32°F. There is expected to be 0.4 inches of snow accumulation.
Wednesday, expect light rain, a high temperature of 59°F and an overnight low of 41°F. There is no precipitation in the forecast.
Thursday, look for cloudy periods and a high of 48°F and an overnight low of 36°F. There is to be 0.4 inches of snow accumulation.There is no precipitation in the forecast.
Have a great week!
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