you should come down to the south here and feel what a heatwave is like. It is very hot in our area and no rain for 10 days now. We are on the verge of declaring a Drought. Rain is predicted for the weekend and a 40% chance today. We need rain for crops very badly.I would not mind cooler weather at this point. I really need to get my deck done but really don't feel like doing it in this heat. But if I wait too long it's probably going to rain. Once it starts to rain here, it never stops for like a month.
Oh trust me I was at Wonderland once and it was +39. Without the humidex. It was BRUTAL. We just went to the water park but it was so hot even the water was hot, it was like being in a hot bath. I think when it comes to heat it's kinda like cold. With the cold, once you hit like say, -30, anything colder basically feels the same. With heat, once you get +30, everything after is just equally as brutal. The thing with that time it was +39 though was how fast everything dried. Like you get completely wet after going down a slide and 5 minutes later you're dry. There were lot of Muslims there as it was "Muslim day" at the park and they were all fully covered. I don't know how they do it. I would be drowning in my own sweat.you should come down to the south here and feel what a heatwave is like. It is very hot in our area and no rain for 10 days now. We are on the verge of declaring a Drought. Rain is predicted for the weekend and a 40% chance today. We need rain for crops very badly.
The corn planted in fields outside of London may have met the proverbial benchmark for a good crop — “knee high by July” — but midway through a heatwave, there’s still a concern on the minds of farmers.lfpress.com
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Environment Canada had amended the alert to a Severe Thunderstorm Warning.It's starting to rumble here now.
Sky is getting darker now with strong winds.At 4:27 p.m. EDT, Environment Canada meteorologists are tracking a line of severe thunderstorms capable of producing very strong wind gusts, pea to dime size hail and heavy rain.
This line of severe thunderstorms is located from 20 kilometres northwest of The Pinery Provincial Park to Arkona, moving northeast at 45 km/h.
it's really dark here, like 9:00PM dark. I don't like the look of this.That 1st line of storms kinda petered out, here anyway. Nasty stuff heading this way from Ohio though. As of now, any watches/warnings are to the North & South of me