Sept. 27th – somewhat underwhelming: 4 mm!
Wetlands in the upper parts of the watershed are virtually dry as are tributary streams to the rivers. Residents are reporting neighbours who continue to water lawns. All are requested to conserve water.
Shoals continue to be a hazard in local lakes. Water is low, we are used to 160+ mm in summer.
MAY 20.6 rain
JUNE 51.8 rain
JULY 67.6 rain
AUG 88.8 rain
Sept. 26th - something on the way! Cold, as well!
The sky clears later this evening. Sunny tomorrow morning with a few clouds in the afternoon. Windy though in the wake of this cold front. pic.twitter.com/bVbrA8rmCl— Jay Scotland (@JayScotland) September 26, 2016
We were in Tupper Lake on the weekend, and woke to -1 C. temperatures! Wow!
Low pressure moving into the Great Lakes tomorrow brings some showers Monday and Tuesday, heavy at times. Temps staying around seasonal. pic.twitter.com/tZ0KAguPVS— Andy Costa (@AndyBlizzard87) September 25, 2016
Sept. 23rd - 15.7mm!
Sept. 17th: a wonderful rainfall: 13.46 mm
Sept. 10th - precipitation 12.7 mm !!!!!
Parents just sent me this photo of the weather that passed through Bloomfield, Prince Edward County and it looks terrifying. pic.twitter.com/3CkYTnmVan— Andrew King (@twitandrewking) September 12, 2016
Main threats today include damaging wind gusts, torrential rain & chance of isolated tornado. Be Prepared #onstorm pic.twitter.com/ISJ6k1h1O5— Matt Grinter (@matt_grinter) September 10, 2016
#onstorm #Toronto future radar today more info on theweathernetwork on tv pic.twitter.com/Sl2JgqR3HW— Chris St.Clair (@cstclair1) September 10, 2016
Still raining on Thursday! How glorious! Despite the fact that we had wood delivered, and I have to stack it!
I am hopeful... but not confident... we are in an extreme drought. [Turns out we had 5.8 mm ( 0.23") of rain.]
Sept. 3 Saturday
This is the strangest rain cloud pattern, that I see all the time!
Funny thing was, it poured rain in Almonte, and we had nothing here!