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Official Weather Thread: Winter GONE EARLY in Toronto this year!

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Meanwhile here in the great T.O., 17 wonderful degrees and a comfy 11 tonight!
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More evidence of weather sandikosh will like more and most others will hate!

the CFS model suggests below normal temps for June. the entire month!

GFS also features a big lack of hot humid weather. So get ready for one of those Junes where heatwaves and 32 and hazy and humid is almost totally absent. When it comes, it will be much less significant than normal.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
Jun 5th, 2014 5:57 pm
More evidence of weather sandikosh will like more and most others will hate!
why would anyone hate cool summer temps? i'm glad that i'll actually be able to get outside and enjoy the weather instead of sitting inside all day long as if it were still winter. this is perfect.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
Jun 5th, 2014 5:57 pm
More evidence of weather sandikosh will like more and most others will hate!

the CFS model suggests below normal temps for June. the entire month!

GFS also features a big lack of hot humid weather. So get ready for one of those Junes where heatwaves and 32 and hazy and humid is almost totally absent. When it comes, it will be much less significant than normal.
I thought you were playing me. Here's what's in store for the next 7 days!
[IMG]http://s15.postimg.org/vd34abyh7/IMG_20 ... 044051.jpg[/IMG]
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sandikosh wrote:
Jun 5th, 2014 6:17 pm
I thought you were playing me. Here's what's in store for the next 7 days!
[IMG]http://s15.postimg.org/vd34abyh7/IMG_20 ... 044051.jpg[/IMG]
Actually I am quite confident you are getting a June less warm than normal. In fact, I also just found the EURO model and as I figured, it says the same thing. Cool June.

this is basically the picture for the whole month. The blue just doesn't wanna go away:

[IMG]http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/p ... _jun3c.png[/IMG]
Another summer without a summer?

dc200 wrote:
Jun 5th, 2014 6:00 pm
why would anyone hate cool summer temps? i'm glad that i'll actually be able to get outside and enjoy the weather instead of sitting inside all day long as if it were still winter. this is perfect.
I don't understand. If you don't want winter, then isn't it a hot summer you want? This was about the lack of typical June heat making it to T-Dot.

On another note, I better not return to Canada on January 15 one year when it is -20. I am gettin so used to always being warm in Philippines, I will not survive my return.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
On another note, I better not return to Canada on January 15 one year when it is -20. I am gettin so used to always being warm in Philippines, I will not survive my return.
Please don't return, canada is not good enough to grace your presence.
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raps4lyfe wrote:
Jun 5th, 2014 8:35 pm
Please don't return, canada is not good enough to grace your presence.
it is when there is no polar vortex. If I can stratigically predict the exodus of all the polar vortexes, I can safely return to T-Dot unharmed. Me and polar vortex don't get along well.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
Jun 5th, 2014 8:18 pm
I don't understand. If you don't want winter, then isn't it a hot summer you want?
what don't you understand? i find extreme heat to be just as uncomfortable as extreme cold, albeit in a different way. if it's too hot to do anything outside, then there's really no point in summer.
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what don't you understand? i find extreme heat to be just as uncomfortable as extreme cold, albeit in a different way. if it's too hot to do anything outside, then there's really no point in summer.
ok it's that. Basically same as in Philppines. Although it is always manageable there. Here, it is a chronic hot weather problem so you are always constrained in what you can do and when. I don't get how people have an even bigger habit of wanting to be up at any time in the night and sleep at any part of the day. It is way too hot as soon as the sun gets up.

a summer with lots of 25 degrees is noce in T-Dot, but you better hope that does not mean winter comes faster. If shaving off 10 degrees in summer means shaving off 10 degrees in fall, then you guys will be so darn cold! But you might have no reaso to worry because el nino is supposed to limit extreme cold on that continent.
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test9251 wrote:
Jun 6th, 2014 3:28 am
this is one of a kind forecast.

sunny and beautiful

[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Qp109jq.png[/IMG]

I wouldn't be surprised if they included Fantastic.
Uh, we are in the the Philippines and we get this :|

Mix of sun and cloud, chance of a thunderstorm, high of 33 humidex, 43.

:|
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EDIT: o wait, did you leave here already? If you did I promise I will take good care of Philippines until you come back to it :)
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there is thunderstorm here in Philippines. Lots of lightning.

:cry: I'm scared :cry:
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Looks like it's going to be nice and sunny tomorrow!
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Quick tip for anyone on the subway that feels too hot. When you are sweating and hot and there is someone fanning themselves with a real hand fan, just sneak in behind them and let them do all the work lol then when you or them gets off, you say "thanks for the free fanning service, or do you charge per minute?"

I learned this right here in Philippines!!!!!!!

We suffer from such hot weather here that I have to go to extremes just to escape the heat which even means enjoying free fanning service on a train cursed by underperforming ac in Philippines lol
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
Jun 9th, 2014 4:33 am
Quick tip for anyone on the subway that feels too hot. When you are sweating and hot and there is someone fanning themselves with a real hand fan, just sneak in behind them and let them do all the work lol then when you or them gets off, you say "thanks for the free fanning service, or do you charge per minute?"

I learned this right here in Philippines!!!!!!!

We suffer from such hot weather here that I have to go to extremes just to escape the heat which even means enjoying free fanning service on a train cursed by underperforming ac in Philippines lol
I can relate. Haha.

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