Saturday, August 27, 2016

We've been in a very cyclical pattern all summer, with generally warm and stormy weather interrupted regularly by storm systems that break the heat and humidity - at least for a few days!   The storm track has been in southern Canada for some time which is typical for this time of the year.  It will start to shift further south in the coming weeks and months as we head into fall. 

The pattern will be the same this week with warmer than average temperatures that will be broken on late Tuesday or early Wednesday with our next storm system located in southern Canada.  A cold front associated with the storm will push through bringing in a chance for rain and thunderstorms, followed by clearing skies, cooler temps and thankfully lower humidity.  The month of September is predicted to be warmer than average so we should expect increased temperatures to return, but at least we are getting some nice breaks.  We all know what is eventually coming - so lets enjoy the warmth while we have it! 

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