Sunday, June 14, 2009

When Winnipeg Gets Warm

It's Global Warming ..... Right?

Today after the worst spring weather in memory after one of the worst winters in memory...
Winnipeg got into the mid 20s, 25 c (77 f) ... after the weather we have had so far this year ... it felt like 90 .... sheesh!!

Winnipeg, MB

Today's Conditions

Observed on: June 14 2009 at 07:48 PM CDT, Winnipeg
High: 24 °C
Low: 11 °C
POP: 0 %
Low: 11 °C
POP: 0 %

Pressure: 101.3 KPa
Visibility: 24 Km
Humidity: 34 %
Wind: 15 Km/h SE
UV: Very High
Sunrise: 05:19 CDT
Sunset: 21:38 CDT

Long Term Forecast

High: 27 °C
Low: 11 °C
POP: 0 %
High: 23 °C
Low: 17 °C
POP: 60 %
High: 25 °C
Low: 14 °C
POP: 0 %
High: 25 °C


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Blogger Lost Johnny said...

yeah, and I spent the better part of about 4 hours in an attic Saturday sorting out a homeowner's electrical prowess (hey I need a plug in this room, I know I'll just run another circuit!)

I think I lost about 5 pounds just in sweat.

Good times....

6/15/2009 5:32 a.m.  
Blogger OMMAG said...

been there and done that ... losing the 5 doesn't sound like too bad a result.

6/15/2009 5:46 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have family and friends living in Winnipeg and must admit you are a hardy bunch who really take wind chill factors seriously. On a lighter note I will share this story. My boys went to a hot Carribbean spot last year for a holiday. They met two gals from the Peg who were very "up front" about sunbathing in the nude. Their excuse, "We're from Winnipeg, its never warm there!". Cheers Fern StAlbert

6/16/2009 12:10 a.m.  
Blogger OMMAG said...

Thanks Fern ... it takes about two days of nice weather for us to forget all about winter...

6/16/2009 8:51 p.m.  

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