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We are in drought conditions on PEI. First time I've seen it this dry in June. It might rain a little for the first time in a month or so in the next few days.



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sunny and 30 every day carl! nice!

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All the headlines here are about the heat warnings, drought and crop problems.

However this dry hot spell is awesome for our overflowing lakes and shoreline erosion !

https://www.lre.usace.army.mil/Missions/Great-Lakes-Information/Great-Lakes-Water-Levels/Water-Level-Forecast/Weekly-Great-Lakes-Water-Levels/

Lake Superiors July 3rd forecasted level is 5 inches below its level of a year ago, while the July 3rd forecasted level for Lake Michigan-Huron is 4 inches higher than last years level. The projected levels of Lakes St. Clair and Erie for July 3rd are 1 and 4 inches below what they were a year ago. Lake Ontarios July 3rd predicted level is 26 inches below its level of a year ago. The projected July 3rd level for Lake Michigan-Huron is 3 inches above its record-high monthly mean level for July, while Lake St. Clairs projected level matches its July record-high. A month from now, Lake Superior is predicted to be an inch higher than its July 3rd projected level, while by August 3rd, levels for Lakes Michigan-Huron, St. Clair, Erie, and Ontario are predicted to be below their July 3rd expected levels by 1, 3, 3, and 4 inches, respectivelySee our Daily Levels web page for more water level information.



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Brutal heat here again today, 33* and 47% humidity. I'm way beyond sick of it. Can't wait for -30.

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We had a much needed cooldown after a record hot June. 20 today and cooler into next week.

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the last week I stopped bitching about all the work and cost it takes to have a pool. Next nine days 30 or higher and no rain



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We had a much needed cooldown after a record hot June. 20 today and cooler into next week.


 Yep, love it! We got a few hours of rain the other night to finally quench the land.



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Ouch, look at Friday....

 

 
Clear

15°C

 

Clear

Thu
23 Jul
Mainly sunny

29°C

 

Mainly sunny

Night
Chance of showers

21°C

30%

Chance of showers

Fri
24 Jul
Chance of showers

36°C

60%

Chance of showers

Night
Chance of showers

21°C

60%

Chance of showers

Sat
25 Jul
Showers

28°C

 

Showers

Night
Rain

17°C

 

Rain

Sun
26 Jul
Sunny

26°C

 

Sunny

Night
Chance of showers

15°C

30%

Chance of showers

Mon
27 Jul
Chance of showers

25°C

30%

Chance of showers

Night
Clear

14°C

 

Clear

Tue
28 Jul
Sunny

29°C

 

Sunny

 

 



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We need rain!!! Driest Summer in at least 14 years!



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D68F7AAF-C76F-42EF-A810-BFF1A01857D9.pngHeres the weather in my area.



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Already 19 30 plus days here and we have not even hit August. Over 40 with humidity. Hard to get anything done outside 



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Our soil here is finally getting some drinks! Temps have moderated also.



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Keeping an eye on this...

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Latest bulletin on the Hurricane:
TROPICAL UPDATE (July 31, 2020):

Isaias strengthened overnight and is now a Category 1 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 130km/h. It is currently located about 620km southeast of Nassau, Bahamas and is moving northwestward at 28km/h.

Forecasts have remained relatively stable overnight and it is becoming increasingly likely that Isaias will affect the Maritimes during the middle of next week. It is far too early to predict to what extent we will be impacted, but it is advised that Maritimers continue to monitor the progress and evolution of Isaias over the coming days.

There is no urgent need to prepare for an impact of a tropical storm or hurricane at this time. The forecast remains quite uncertain as to what sort of impacts Isaias will bring to our region.

Regular updates on the progress of Isaias will begin today, July 31, on this Facebook page. If you wish to receive all updates on Isaias, please follow the page and turn on notifications to get the latest when it is posted.

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Our water in very warm too, out on the water yesterday it was 27c in Mahone bay. Has been 17c since June 20, which was very early for those temps.

We are at letter I in July, hurricane Juan hit in September, looks like this will be a very busy hurricane season. Weve seen 36c on several days, continue to have humidex in the 30s and a few in the 40s. June was very hot and so was July , and virtually no rain. Keeps old Pontiacs from rusting though, must be what it feels like to live in California.

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Looks like it will be post tropical by the time it hits here.



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Dorian was post tropical. That did a fair bit of damage. We were 5 days without power. I feel bad for the corn farmers if it does hit! I filled the generator and then refilled my large gas can "just in case"


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You're right, Todd, plus it's way too early to predict what it will do.  Dorian was predicted at one point to be a cat 2 and have a direct hit on Halifax, but it turned disorganized tropical just before it hit.  It still caused a lot of havoc in Halifax, though for me personally it was uneventful - we didn't even lose power.  

However Juan knocked down 70-80% of the trees in Point Pleasant Park, knocked down a good 10 or so around my house.  Power was out 3 days for me, and up to 2 weeks for some coworkers.

I try not to be too blasé about it, it's just that I've been through a lot of them and tend to want to wait and see 'till it gets closer before I decide whether I should worry.  I think it has the potential to cause a lot of problems on the eastern US before it gets here.  We'll see what happens.



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We shall see.



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As mike Tyson says, everybody has a plan until you punch them in the face. Works for hurricanes and Covid and lots of things?

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Mike Tyson, eh?  Don't tend to consider him as a role model... lol

Prediction track has been adjusted again:

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Latest forecast has it skimming the US east coast, losing a lot of its oomph.  Wind speed down to 65 km/h by the time it hits the maritimes.  Hopefully this trend continues, but past experience says to keep an eye on it because it likely will change again...

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New forecast, further inland and practically missing the Maritimes except the northern tip of NB.  My guess is that it will be mostly a rain event for us?

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