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Just curious....how is the weather in your neck of the woods?

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Red Squirrel

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Looks like our river went up a good 5 feet from all the rain we got. It seems to have tapered off now but lot of localized flooding.

Environment Canada update regarding the Tornadoes here on June 10. There are now 4 confirmed tornadoes instead of just the 2.

Crazy how you guys get so many tornadoes now days, scary stuff.
 

Lost_in_the_HTTP

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Short term, increasing darkness, followed by extended period of darkness. Then widespread lightness increasing my morning.
 

Iron Woode

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Looks like our river went up a good 5 feet from all the rain we got. It seems to have tapered off now but lot of localized flooding.



Crazy how you guys get so many tornadoes now days, scary stuff.
southwestern Ontario is the northern end of tornado alley in North America.
 

snoopy7548

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Rain/thunderstorms all throughout next week. Bad timing since work is shutting down for next week and I wanted to spend all of my time outside working on projects.
 

ch33zw1z

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Scattered thunderstorms and some slightly lower temps coming. It's been 85-90 and sunny. No rain for a few weeks, gardens need it bad. So hopefully the thunderstorms bring the much needed water, and not in the air as humidity lol
 

Iron Woode

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27C with 70% humidity. I went out grocery shopping and sweated like hell walking home. I ran some cool water in the shower and it felt good.
 

Spacehead

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Today thru Saturday is "Sunny, with a high near" 80 - 85F(26-29C). Increasing humidity as the week moves on though.
Nights are "Mostly clear, with a low around" 60ish(15.5C)

I think i can live with that :)
 

Iron Woode

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we are bracing ourselves for possible record breaking temps over this weekend. Looking at 35C plus humidity. It looks to last a few days and then stay around 27-29C the rest of the week.
 

Red Squirrel

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22C here overcast today, it's perfect! Too bad I'm at work though. Would be a good day to do work outside, instead I did work in the +32C crazy heat the other day.
 

snoopy7548

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These forums really need an automatic unit conversion for posts. I hate having to type "35c to f" in Google just to figure out what you Canadian goons are talking about. :(
 

Iron Woode

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These forums really need an automatic unit conversion for posts. I hate having to type "35c to f" in Google just to figure out what you Canadian goons are talking about. :(
LOL

I suppose we can convert C to Freedom degrees for you.

35C is 95F

btw it is currently 32C here (89.6F).
 
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sdifox

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These forums really need an automatic unit conversion for posts. I hate having to type "35c to f" in Google just to figure out what you Canadian goons are talking about. :(
You mean being one of only two backwater countries that is still using Farenheit has its drawbacks? Who knew?
 

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