What’s Happening in the Haliburton Highlands – 14-Day Weather Outlook – Late Autumn (PHOTOS) #haliburtonhighlands
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As usual, there is a host of activities in the Highlands from which to pick including charity fundraisers and functions, a film festival, world-class entertainment, myriad arts and/or crafts endeavors, Christmas goodies and much more. Check ‘em out!
GIVE A LITTLE BIT: Fill the Truck Food Drive in Minden and Haliburton, The Fundraising Bowlathon and Friends of the Haliburton Library 7th Annual Gala:
I’ve got to be straight with y’all: I am not at all a winter person but I do like to get out and then quickly get IN places and stay for awhile. Fortunately, the Haliburton Highlands offers many, many places to go and things to see, some for charitable cause, some for profit, some for free–and best of all for your enjoyment and/or to benefit your community! Just because the weather is a-changing (as I’ll address in a moment) does not mean you have to stay home getting cabin fever. Bundle up and get going. You won’t want to miss a thing!
As we move into mid-late Autumn in the Haliburton Highlands area, the weather pattern of above-normal nighttime temperatures continues with only about 2 days of very slightly below normal temps overnight. It looks like there will only be a chance of showers 2 out of the 14 days which is well below normal (and hopefully, won’t continue). Conversely, daytime temperatures look to reach normal only 2 days out of the 14 with the rest below normal, significantly so on some days.