Ξ May 28th, 2011 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Bug Report, Canada, cottage country, Haliburton Highlands, home and garden, Maple Lake Ontario, marine/marina, Ontario, Photography, spring, weather, webcam |
The weather for the final weekend of May 2011 in southeastern Ontario is starting off wet–but will it stay that way?:
Judging from the photos it itsrainy in many area of southern Ontario Saturday, early afternoon. By Saturday evening however it should become mainly cloudy. There is expected to be 0.1 inch of rain from Saturday afternoon to Sunday afternoon. The high temperature Saturday will be 64°F and the overnight low, 55°F.
Sunday, look for a cloudy day with showers. The high temperature is expected to be 66°F and the overnight low 55°F. There may be up to 0.1 inch of rain accumulation.
Monday, expect variable clouds, a pleasant high of 75°F and a repeat of Monday’s overnight low of 55°F. Again, there may be up to 0.1 inch of rain accumulation.
Tuesday, there’ll be a chance of thundershowers with the high temperature soaring to 81°F, though it should feel like 95°F(!) The overnight low will be 63°F and there is again a chance of up to 0.1 inch of rain accumulation.
Wednesday will be sunny. The high will be a comfortable 73°F and the low overnight, 57°F. There is no rain in the forecast.
Thursday, June 2, expect variable cloudiness and a high of 63°F. The overnight low will drop to 50°F. There is no precipitation in the forecast.
Friday will be a sunny day with a mild temperature of 64°F. The low overnight will be a chilly 48°F and there is no rain in the forecast.
Have a great week!