Bolor, I shall send the doxies out your way with some hot chocolate. Early April ususally means the end of weather in the -C range (we hope).
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We've been enjoying temperatures of between 5 and about 10 degrees C for the past couple of weeks - there's now only a small patch of snow left in the front of the house, a bit more in back where it's shadier.
Tonight... the temperature will drop to -4. Tomorrow's high will be about 1. Between 2 and 5 cm. of snow is expected - it's already coming down. Oh how bloody frolicsome. [img]graemlins/ptptptptptpt.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/ptptptptptpt.gif[/img]
Sunday was a touch cooler around here.. It didn't quite hit 20C and there was some light cloud. But today is SPECTACULAR!
If it weren't for the blossoms that are still on some of the fruit trees, you would think it was full tilt summmer.
If you are considering a permanent move to Salt Spring, then it might be an idea to start looking for property ASAP. Real estate prices...which are already obscenely high...are currently going through the stratosphere. Pretty much everyone in Canada wants to move here, it seems. Quite a few Americans as well.
Check the above weather report for the reason why.