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Old Sep 6th, 2011, 03:12 PM   #21001
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Much the same out here on Canada's left coast -- huge high pressure system, with very warm and dry air being pushed into the area from the south -- same pattern forecasted for the whole week, with high temp's to be around 28'C (or more by week's end).

September summer, makes up for what we didn't have throughout July and early-August.

Warm for sleeping though!!
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Old Sep 6th, 2011, 09:06 PM   #21002
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We set a record high for this day with temps as high as 25C with a humidex of 30C. It is now 23C with a nice wind blowing through the house with all the windows open. Nice .........
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28 as we end the evening and hits in the low 30s for the next couple of days.
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13 this morning on the way to a blistering 30 today and hotter tomorrow.
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Sunshine and 14C with a nice ocean breeze. A far cry from yesterday's hot and humid temps.
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A grand day. The wind has died down, the sun is shining brightly and with 16C temps, it is possible to sit out on my back deck with my MBP and teach from there.
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Sounds like a fine day on-the-go Dr.G. Cloudless sky, and very warm here, heading to the high-20's or possbily even 30'C this afternoon -- looks like a 2-3 fan evening ahead for any tv viewing!!
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Sounds like a fine day on-the-go Dr.G. Cloudless sky, and very warm here, heading to the high-20's or possbily even 30'C this afternoon -- looks like a 2-3 fan evening ahead for any tv viewing!!
Well, it is sunny and just a light wind, with 15C temps, so I have been teaching online outside and gardening off and on all day. Yesterday's 30C humidex reading brought out the fan for us to help us sleep, and one for our six two-week old puppies to help regulate their temps and to help cool down their mom while nursing. Paix, mon ami.
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A warm morning at 14 on the way to another scorcher at 30 again today.
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EC keeps promising SW AB a 30C day but always three or four days from now. Finally seem to become more realistic for September and predicting high twenties for the next week. Currently -1C. We did hit 28 C for 30 seconds or so yesterday so perhaps todays predicted high of 29C is possible.
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