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Official Weather Thread: Historical warming and melting taking place in the Arctic

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Really hating this weather right now. It's always extreme one side or the other. Have not been handling the humidity too well. Got some swelling and had a massive leg cramp last night.
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omg feels like Davao here now...
Actually worse. They get like 31, 32, we are getting 33.

Has Toronto ever been like this in autumn before?
Meanwhile Sydney too is under 'unprecedented' heat and they are just getting out of their winter. Global warming I guess.
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So now guess what? Models are now showing a total return to warmth. The cold spell earlier forecasted now looks brief, before we return to the warm yet again!

If the pattern holds as I am seeing now in the GFS model, expect a return to overall warm and even more muggy 20s next month, much like what this past work week was like.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote: So now guess what? Models are now showing a total return to warmth. The cold spell earlier forecasted now looks brief, before we return to the warm yet again!

If the pattern holds as I am seeing now in the GFS model, expect a return to overall warm and even more muggy 20s next month, much like what this past work week was like.
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There must be a lot of fires lately. The air has a stench of chardness. Smells like fires broke out around the city and its permeating the air.
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Supercooled wrote: There must be a lot of fires lately. The air has a stench of chardness. Smells like fires broke out around the city and its permeating the air.
Maybe came from AMC building. Look at thread.

I walked to and from No Frills just now. Only 1 word to describe it: horrible. I roasted my way there and back. Worst I felt all year!
You know what it feels like to stand in front of an open over, or too close and long in front of a reflective heater? That is how it felt walking down Sheppard ave just now. With how hot it is combined with no shade, that is what it felt like. I swear, when I used to walk to SM for groceries I did not even feel it like that. What's going on here!
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Thank you to all the fossil fuel users! Really love the warm September and October.
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It supposedly feels like 38 degrees. I'm okay with a warm temperature but this is hot for fall.
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I hope winter this year is brutal to make up for this heat.
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dec12 wrote: Thank you to all the fossil fuel users! Really love the warm September and October.
And the space aliens.

Smoking hot 11 degrees here in my neighborhood.
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YES! Give me more....HEAT WAVES.
Ilovejaneandfinch wrote: So now guess what? Models are now showing a total return to warmth. The cold spell earlier forecasted now looks brief, before we return to the warm yet again!

If the pattern holds as I am seeing now in the GFS model, expect a return to overall warm and even more muggy 20s next month, much like what this past work week was like.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote: So now guess what? Models are now showing a total return to warmth. The cold spell earlier forecasted now looks brief, before we return to the warm yet again!

If the pattern holds as I am seeing now in the GFS model, expect a return to overall warm and even more muggy 20s next month, much like what this past work week was like.
So nice weather next weekend???
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They really need to show who downvotes so we can find out the mofus is
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october is also warm? as long as it doesnt go up 23
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote: So now guess what? Models are now showing a total return to warmth. The cold spell earlier forecasted now looks brief, before we return to the warm yet again!

If the pattern holds as I am seeing now in the GFS model, expect a return to overall warm and even more muggy 20s next month, much like what this past work week was like.
So nice weather next weekend???
Sharing is Caring - Without people sharing info, these forums would not exist and no one would benefit from it. Don't be selfish.

They really need to show who downvotes so we can find out the mofus is

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