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Quite a few people literally wearing winter clothes downtown this evening. Not sure if there's any in the pics lol





Well you always do try and find the similarities between NL and Ireland ....damp weather in the summer and 15 degrees as a high in July ticks the boxes for Ireland and NL I guess.
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15 C in July in StJohns would be a hot day, no?
Just checked and they haven't hit double digits for several days.
Iqualut got to almost 20 C today though oddly.

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Miserable today. I’m wearing a sweater lol

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I envy you .... here in Palermo only flip flops, shorts and shirts. Today's maximum temperatures up to 32 ° C and minimum over 22 ° :inferno:
Has anyone introduced Sicily guy to Nuavut yet?

In YYC can't get more than a couple days without a few days in a row of rain following
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15 C in July in StJohns would be a hot day, no?
Just checked and they haven't hit double digits for several days.
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St John's was actually 26C three days ago.

Vancouver has been like January lately, a little better today at about 19C to 21C, and much nicer.
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Sunshine today and 31C . A perfect summer day.

Heading up to 33C tomorrow with more sun.
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YYC Airport only made 20.3 today. (long term average is 22.1) Not much recovery expected in the coming days, with Tuesday and Wednesday not evening making it into the twenties. Risk of rain/storms throughout.

Not much hope for any consistent warmth either for BC or Alberta pretty much until late July.
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30C and sunny! Another day above 30. 4/4 in July so far.

I think a cold front hit us as the dewpoint dropped to 7C.

Low of 17C this morning. Officially down to 16.3C at Trudeau which is our coolest temperature since June 17th.

Downtown remained above 21C the whole night despite the dryness.

The warmspot was Cameron Falls, ON at 33.8C.
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15 C in July in StJohns would be a hot day, no?
Just checked and they haven't hit double digits for several days.
Iqualut got to almost 20 C today though oddly.
You're kidding me, right? Certainly no one is this ignorant of Canadian weather.
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St John's was actually 26C three days ago.

Vancouver has been like January lately, a little better today at about 19C to 21C, and much nicer.
I suspect most of newfoundland is like bc where you can typically drive to room temperature locations for much of the summer, by simply driving further or closer to the ocean. Just a guess, I technically haven't proven this but apparently the ocean climates don't really reach that far inland.

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Finally, some relief from suburbia. But not the cold.



Your city is a jewel and the overcast sky gives it even more charm :Saluti:
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15 C in July in StJohns would be a hot day, no?
Just checked and they haven't hit double digits for several days.
Iqualut got to almost 20 C today though oddly.



Has anyone introduced Sicily guy to Nuavut yet?

In YYC can't get more than a couple days without a few days in a row of rain following

ahahhahahahha : D please send some of your rain to Palermo.
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Cloudy and a cold 11 degrees at just before noon. Looks like the cold weather is here to stay up until mid week anyway. A very stark contrast to last month.
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16C and partly cloudy in Moncton at 11 AM, going up to 23C later today, with scattered showers and thundershowers.
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I suspect most of newfoundland is like bc where you can typically drive to room temperature locations for much of the summer, by simply driving further or closer to the ocean. Just a guess, I technically haven't proven this but apparently the ocean climates don't really reach that far inland.
The island ain't that big and has no real mountains for protection..any inland heating effect still gets pretty muted once that wind shifts to come off the Labrador current..
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The island ain't that big and has no real mountains for protection..any inland heating effect still gets pretty muted once that wind shifts to come off the Labrador current..
I would disagree with pretty much all of this.

North-south width between coasts is a bit over 200 km, and West-East is about 350 km. Newfoundland is not small, and the interior certainly does get some decent continental-style summer heat. The catch being there are very few settlements in the middle of the island, so it's all wasted on bogs and forests.

Coastal weather normals: Bonavista and Harbour Breton

Inland weather normals: Grand Falls-Windsor and Gander

The island as a whole is susceptible to colder air masses (like what's happening right now) so it isn't all peachy. And the interior isn't constantly hot either, though it's a lot less susceptible to ocean breeze cooldown like St. John's is.

As well, the further away you are from the northeast coast the less impacted the location is by any northeasterly winds. Spots like Corner Brook and Winterland
are technically coastal but are so far away from the northeast coast that a northeast wind doesn't impact summer highs much at all.
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The godawful heat is dying down slightly today.
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The godawful heat is dying down slightly today.
Today will actually be warmer in Toronto then yesterday Projected high is 33.0C VS yesterdays 32.0C
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I would disagree with pretty much all of this.

North-south width between coasts is a bit over 200 km, and West-East is about 350 km. Newfoundland is not small, and the interior certainly does get some decent continental-style summer heat. The catch being there are very few settlements in the middle of the island, so it's all wasted on bogs and forests.

Coastal weather normals: Bonavista and Harbour Breton

Inland weather normals: Grand Falls-Windsor and Gander

The island as a whole is susceptible to colder air masses (like what's happening right now) so it isn't all peachy. And the interior isn't constantly hot either, though it's a lot less susceptible to ocean breeze cooldown like St. John's is.

As well, the further away you are from the northeast coast the less impacted the location is by any northeasterly winds. Spots like Corner Brook and Winterland
are technically coastal but are so far away from the northeast coast that a northeast wind doesn't impact summer highs much at all.

If places in the interior were still able to maintain 20-25C despite a solid NE wind then I would agree with you. And if the island was bigger that probably would be the case.
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