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Old Posted Jun 30, 2020, 11:29 PM
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Wow what a wet past couple of months. Terrible start to Summer.

Forecasted high tomorrow for Canada day is......14c and raining, up to 20mm.

Snow in the forecast above 3000m, wont see any on the local mountains, but the top of the rockies will see a good dump tomorrow.
Yeah, June looks to be 2 to 3 degrees below normal...

The average high for July in Kelowna is 28, so a high of 14 is 14 degrees below normal.

If it were reversed, July 1st would be 42 degrees! (and on such a day Osoyoos would likely be around 45).

Which I think would be a record all time high for Kelowna.

When are we going to see that abnormality?
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Old Posted Jul 1, 2020, 1:31 AM
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Another beautiful summer day, slightly cooler than expected with a high of 27.6, but remained warm through the evening, so we went down to the beach for a refreshing evening swim.

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Old Posted Jul 1, 2020, 1:48 AM
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That looks nice.

Ontario and Quebec have had an amazing June.

Warm here in Japan but 9 of the next 10 days are forecasted to be rainy, so not exactly beach weather...
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Old Posted Jul 1, 2020, 5:11 AM
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24C with a humidex of 30 and cloudy. It wasn't until 5PM where we saw clearing.

That little system ruined the day for us. It would have been close to 30 if not for it. Thankfully, that system has disintegrated now so it's all clear for tomorrow.


Low of 19C this morning.

The warmspot was Attawapiskat, ON at 34.8C.
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Old Posted Jul 1, 2020, 5:15 AM
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Pure sunshine again here, we hit 30.4C (the exact same as yesterday). Today was our 11th day over 30.0C so far. The next 11 days according to TWN are all between 29C and 34C.
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Old Posted Jul 1, 2020, 5:22 AM
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With a mean of 20.1C after 29 days, Montreal will record its warmest June since 2005.

June 2005 had a mean of 21.5C, warmest June on record.

That month had 7 low above 20C, 4 above 22C.
Also 9 days above 30C.

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Cloudy and 21 (humidex 27) at 10am, should get up to near 24-25 again today before a few showers this evening, and a massive cool down tomorrow afternoon to end the week.
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Gloomy and 17C in Moncton at 10 AM.

It's been like this the last three days. There is a stationary low pressure system over New England, giving them a lot of rain, but us only overcast. This is unfortunate because we could use the rain too. By the time it finally moves east, it will have already rained itself out. The drought here continues.
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Old Posted Jul 1, 2020, 2:26 PM
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June was right on the button here, the average is 20.2 and my station average was 20.1

Mean 20.1
Avg high: 25.5
Avg low: 17.7

Days over 30: 3 (an additional 10 days @ 29+)
Over 25: 24
Over 20: 29

Highest high: 31.5
Lowest high: 19.8

Lowest low: 6.4
Highest low: 20.9

Precipitation 43.9mm (30.7 on one day)
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An above seasonal June in Winnipeg, second warmest (to 2018) of the last five:

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Average mean 19.9° (deviation from normal +1.8°)
Average maximum 25.4°
Average minimum 14.3°

Warmest max 32.5°/30th
Coolest max 15.8°/11th
Warmest min 21.5°/29th
Coolest min 6.2°/12th

Precip 93.9 mm (normal 97.1 mm)

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Average mean 18.7° (deviation from normal +1.7°)
Average maximum 25.4°
Average minimum 11.9°

Warmest max 33.2°/17th
Coolest max 16.4°/11th
Warmest min 21.3°/28th
Coolest min 2.0°/12th

Precip 73.5 mm (normal 90.0 mm)
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Cool and rainy... blah
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Old Posted Jul 1, 2020, 5:07 PM
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Wow what a wet past couple of months. Terrible start to Summer.

Forecasted high tomorrow for Canada day is......14c and raining, up to 20mm.

Snow in the forecast above 3000m, wont see any on the local mountains, but the top of the rockies will see a good dump tomorrow.
I've seen some pictures of small localized flooding in Kelowna, how is the lake level looking so far this year?
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Calgary June 2020

Average High: 19.8
Average Low: 8.7
Rainfall: 171.8 mm

Extremes:
High: 27.9 (June 12)
Low: 3.9 (June 9)
Rainfall: 54mm (June 13)

Temperatures were pretty much bang on average wise, but it was a very wet month. Wettest June in a long time, recorded even more rain than 2013 too.

July looks like it will be a repeat of June mostly. Guess summer really is cancelled.
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At least we won't be choking on smoke all summer...
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Ya this is not the Canada Day weather I am used to. Downpours and a high of only 16C??
And weve only had roughly 170 forest fires this year in BC. A normal year is 1700.
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True, and it's much greener than it's been the last few years too. But instead we will be eaten alive by mosquitoes.

My hope for July now is that it will at least be drier than June. Maybe we can get a few weeks of "real summer" weather in August. I believe August is usually the driest month of summer?
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Now up to 23C in Moncton at 2 PM, very sticky with a humidex of 29. I just finished mowing the lawn and it pretty much did me in. I haven't mowed in over two weeks because of the drought, but it couldn't wait any longer. The lawn is definitely under stress........
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Cloudy bike ride this morning. No large gatherings for Memorial Day or Canada Day, but stopped by Government House where there were performances for about a half dozen people going on.





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Old Posted Jul 1, 2020, 7:48 PM
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https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/repor...0501wo1575cwwg

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Conditions will be favourable for the development of funnel clouds today.
I guess we are starting July off with a bang!
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Old Posted Jul 1, 2020, 8:34 PM
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Pretty strong rain for about 5 minutes, looks like some dark clouds moving in now. Worst start to summer ever!
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