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

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sandikosh wrote: Nope. It was just a few months ago I was hoping for winter weather to come back and now it's almost here!
Gosh, I can't wait!

This week, we have been back in 30 temps. Friday will be 38, yikes!
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natalka wrote: Gosh, I can't wait!

This week, we have been back in 30 temps. Friday will be 38, yikes!
I feel your pain.
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Watching the news, I'll never understand why there's so many MORONS who seeing the streets are flooded in front of them will STILL drive into the water thinking they can make it through fine and then they get stranded. Seriously how stupid do you have to be to do something like that?!! :rolleyes: Why is it so difficult for people to simply turn around and find another way to their destination??
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I know right. I was watching the video where someone decided their car will be able to make it through when directly in front of them was a half submerged TTC bus. DUDE!!!!. It was quite a sight to watch the car float, people climb out and swim to safety.
MaximDude wrote: Watching the news, I'll never understand why there's so many MORONS who seeing the streets are flooded in front of them will STILL drive into the water thinking they can make it through fine and then they get stranded. Seriously how stupid do you have to be to do something like that?!! :rolleyes: Why is it so difficult for people to simply turn around and find another way to their destination??
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This effing oppressive and unrelenting humidity is killing me. It is like breathing through an oil-soaked washcloth.
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willdacanucker wrote: This effing oppressive and unrelenting humidity is killing me. It is like breathing through an oil-soaked washcloth.
Crazy downpour right now (at least in downtown) and guess what, next week looks lukewarm (not a single day over 26C).
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DelusionalDiva wrote: Crazy downpour right now (at least in downtown) and guess what, next week looks lukewarm (not a single day over 26C).
OK. I am holding you to this. Turn the humidity tap off whilst you are at it. Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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major flooding again and it will be fall like weather tmr is the heat over for the summer? :razz:
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what nonsense, barely a drop of rain here in burlington this whole afternoon.... and this morning's rain was way less than the last 2 so called "storms" lol...
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It would be totally awesome if the weather would stay like it is now until frosty October. Yesterday and this morning have been damn near perfection.
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