Haliburton Highlands – Weekend & Long Term Weather – Ski Report – Ontario PHOTOS #haliburtonhighlands

Ξ March 8th, 2013 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Algonquin Township, Canada, cottage country, Haliburton, Haliburton Highlands, Minden Hills Township, nature, Ontario, Photography, Trails, weather, webcam, winter |

What Will the ‘New Normal (Weather)’ Mean to the Haliburton Highlands?

 

Duntroon Highlands Nordic

Duntroon Highlands Nordic – March 8 2013 (Credit: Weather Network webcam)

 

Haliburton Highlands Weekend Weather- - March 8-9 2013 (Cr: Weather Network)

Haliburton Highlands Weekend Weather- – March 8-9 2013 (Cr: Weather Network)

 

Sir Sam's Ski Resort West Guilford Ski Repor (Cr: Weather Network)

Sir Sam’s Ski Resort West Guilford Ski Report (Cr: Weather Network)

 

Despite this great shot being taken only weeks ago,  because of this... (scroll down to next photo)

Despite this great shot being taken only a couple of weeks ago, because of this… (scroll down to next photo)

(Cr: Weather Network)

 

Kincardine Harbour: the beginning of the Big Melt!

…Kincardine Harbour: the beginning of the Big Melt! (Cr: Weather Network)

Awesome shot of the ice plates breaking up, but what is just as neat is the next shot of a boat having it’s blue tarp removed. Not a second to waste once the waters have ‘defrosted in getting our beloved boats back on the open waters!

Kincardine Channel ice melt (March 8 2013)

Kincardine Channel ice melt (March 8 2013) (Cr: Weather Network)

Despite Kincardine being a bit of a distance from the Haliburton Highlands, what’s happening there will soon enough begin in the Highlands. Take a look at the warming going on in the Long-Term Haliburton Highlands Weather forecast:

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Long Term Haliburton Highlands Weather forecast:

Daytime highs are above freezing for 4 of the six days, with 3 of those days significantly above freezing. The rain too, is a sign that we are moving from winter into spring.

Finally, here’s a peek at the extended 14- day weather forecast for the Highlands or as I’ve taken to calling it: the new normal.

thenewnormal

(Cr: Weather Network)

There’s no denying that the low temperatures for this entire winter have been significantly higher than normal with most of the high temperatures staying in the roughly normal zone. What this will mean to life in the spring/summer/fall in cottage country, I really have no idea–but I’m curious to find out!

 

Blue Mountain - March 8 2013 (Cr: Weather Network)

Blue Mountain – March 8 2013 (Cr: Weather Network)

 

Chapleau River - March 8 2013 (Credit Weather Network)

Chapleau River – March 8 2013 (Credit: Weather Network webcam)

 

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