August has been a very wet month compared to the last few years.
Then, there were the two tropical storms in the US.
Two tropical storms to the south
That was quite a day! A storm rolled into eastern Ontario. Ottawa was hard hit. We had several storm warnings. How much rain did we get? Nothing!
Granddaughter Josephine was quite pleased they named a tropical storm after her!
We've had some lovely days at the beach, but could use rain.Gramma Camp Tuesday, Aug. 11
It’s hard to say for sure... but I think there may be a giant line of thunderstorms ⛈ moving east from Lake Huron. I’ll double check the latest data to make sure... 🧐— Instant Weather ON (@IWeatherON) August 16, 2020
P.S. To check the latest data with me, download our free app at https://t.co/ciHwNLT8mv 🙂#onstorm pic.twitter.com/MHLLwUBpzP
There was a heat warning.
I went to bed expecting a nice rain, it does peter out as it crosses the land. How disappointing!
There looked to be a massive storm on the way! There were many, many lightning strikes.
Aug. 4 – Isaias on his way
Heavy rains forecast from Tropical Storm #Isaias will pose a flash flood threat to a large portion of the U.S. eastern seaboard through mid-week. @NWSWPC pic.twitter.com/F79nDcTV7N— National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) August 2, 2020
August began with Hurricane Isaias headed for the continent.🌩