🍂 SEP. 2023

   

For annual ❄️ WEATHER DATA  <= over the years.  




Sept. 18

We had a surprising 13 mm rain on Monday afternoon. We are affected by the aftermath of Lee, formerly known as a hurricane. The storm is turning counter-clockwise, as it moves northeast. There was some thunder and lightning.



Sept. 16

Thousands without power, even though Tropical Storm Lee hasn't hit land, yet.



Sept. 15


Hurricane Lee


Sept. 13 



Sept. 8, finally rain: 12 mm.


It is hurricane season:


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SEPT.         rainfall
2013130
2014122
201584
201653
201734
201896
2019
2020
89
65
2021
2022
106
61

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1 comment:

Jocelyn is Canadian Needle Nana said...

Hi Jenn, caught up on your posts now. I can ditto most things here. The heat was awful, wasn’t it. And now so much cooler again. But everything in the garden is growing and birds and hummers are humming. Still something hanging over our heads as the numbers continue to rise here in On. Do you have many trilliums on your property? Glad you two are walking.