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Old Posted May 23, 2020, 4:30 PM
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Our first 30 something C forecasted temps of the year.
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Old Posted May 23, 2020, 4:31 PM
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Only 9C in Moncton at 1 PM, sunny but with a gusty wind out of the north, giving some nip to the air in the shade. A high of 15C is predicted for this afternoon, but I'm not sure we'll make it. This is a bit of a rude awakening compared to the warm weather we've had the last several days. There is a frost advisory for tonight.

A nice recovery later in the week however, with several days with highs in the 28-29C range.
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Old Posted May 23, 2020, 4:50 PM
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Beautiful day. High is 26 except 21 near Lake Ontario.



Noticed things not as leafed out by the lake because the water is still so cold


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Only 9C in Moncton at 1 PM, sunny but with a gusty wind out of the north, giving some nip to the air in the shade. A high of 15C is predicted for this afternoon, but I'm not sure we'll make it. This is a bit of a rude awakening compared to the warm weather we've had the last several days. There is a frost advisory for tonight.
Malay Falls NS hit 28.2 at 2 pm and then by 3 am it was -1.0.

YHZ went from 26.7 to 1.3.

Halifax Dockyard went from 28.1 to 6.4.

These are all metro Halifax weather stations that EC reports hourly data for. Malay Falls is a real stretch, but I believe it's in the frost advisory area.

Here's a nice spring shot of a random residential street in Halifax:


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Old Posted May 23, 2020, 6:20 PM
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So the weather data from the last 3 days of rain is in. Edmonton was between 38 and 55mm, where I am received 50mm. Parts of Calgary received up to 80mm. All river basins other than the Peace river area are reporting high rain fall amounts and high stream flows with low land flooding. The the last 35 hours the North Sask in Edmonton went from 400 cubic meters a second to 1400. And still rising. That is a rise of about 3 meters at the measurement point. I think it's at the Rossdale Water treatment plant. Will be 14C today but going up to the low 20s the rest of the week. I am heading into northern Alberta later this week where the current forest fire status is high.


Update, river is at 1565 cubic meters a second now.
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Old Posted May 23, 2020, 6:44 PM
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Here's a photo I took today of downtown Moncton, showing the trees greening up.

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Now this is weird. A mini tornado touched down in Saanich, BC.

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Partly cloudy and 16 @1pm in Victoria. Forecast high is for 19 with an overnight low of 11.

Read somewhere that the Saanich ‘tornado’ was the first in 50 years...
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We just had a month's worth of rain in the last few days and my neighbour is out watering their grass.
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A beautiful summery 28 here today , our 7 th straight day above 25c and our 10th day of 20 or over . Much needed rain in the forecast for tomorrow with highs of 21 .
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lmao why?! What an idiot. He could have waited til Friday or beyond. Every day for the next week is going to be between 20 and 22 degrees. Why today would this idiot water the grass?
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Malay Falls NS hit 28.2 at 2 pm and then by 3 am it was -1.0.

YHZ went from 26.7 to 1.3.

Halifax Dockyard went from 28.1 to 6.4.

These are all metro Halifax weather stations that EC reports hourly data for. Malay Falls is a real stretch, but I believe it's in the frost advisory area.

Here's a nice spring shot of a random residential street in Halifax:


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I liked this one too:


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Old Posted May 23, 2020, 10:35 PM
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Here's a photo I took today of downtown Moncton, showing the trees greening up.

Moncton must also be a wonderful city : Slob:
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Old Posted May 24, 2020, 1:13 AM
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A beautiful day here , our warmest yet. We hit 29.6C according to Environment Canada. Wide open blue skies. Temps dip down to 22C tomorrow with some showers but then bounce back up in the 27-31C range all week, humidity in the 34-38C range.
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It was cool this AM at 5C, but 16C now and sun sun sun.

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21C and not a single cloud in the sky. Noticeably cooler than yesterday but we're still within average.

This is now the 8th consecutive day with no precipitation and the forecast shows a 50/50 chance at best for now.

Low of 15C this morning.

The warmspot was Nagagami, ON at 30.8C.
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Made it up to 15 and mostly sunny after the prediction of intermittent rain and cloudy 13. I was pleasantly surprised. Even ended up going shirtless halfway through my 12.5 km run today. My first shirtless run ever and my longest run ever! Weight loss and mental health ftw.
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Old Posted May 24, 2020, 11:35 AM
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Nice weather to finish off May.

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Old Posted May 24, 2020, 2:11 PM
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The predicted high temperature in Moncton on Wednesday is supposed to be 32C.
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