We had some massive rains. The highlight was on July 27th with 48mm falling.
There was heat on the east and west coasts of Canada, while this strange sort of Polar vortex streamed cooler air down the central part of the continent, sucking up moisture from the Great Lakes.
Colder air holds more moisture, and those winds were something.
The west coast has had terrible fires, with drought conditions.
I've been using the water barrel to keep my Goldfish pond filled. (The filed mice have chewed holes in it!)
|When the barrel fills, the overflow|
automatically drains into the pond.
It has been working very well for me.
|Goldfish, Geraldine bullfrog, leopard frogs!|
Eighth tornado of the season in Ontario.
(Attached is the image we posted 15 minutes before the Tornado Warning... http://fb.me/2sXgyNab5
Massive dump of rain July 27
We had 22mm in the morning, and over an hour, another 46mm! The afternoon rendered up thunder and lightning. One bolt struck as I was gazing out into the back yard. I screamed, it was such a shock!
Fires out west
They've been terribly dry all along the western part of the continent.
Only about 1 mm! In the meantime, the maritimes were hammered by Hurricane Arthur. The prairies have floods and crops cannot go in.
Sinkhole in Luskville | Quebec highway 148 remains closed by sinkholeSevere weather has caused a giant sinkhole in one of the Pontiac region's main highways.
Flooding in Saskatchewan.
This storm only brought us 3mm! We haven't had serious rain since June 24th.