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Record high temp yesterday, 26.8C, but......

DonS

Stuck in Toronto
Moderator
Toronto had a record high temperature for October 10 yesterday at 26.8C. However, tomorrow night, just two or so hours north (by car) of Toronto they are calling for a chance of a little snow. BTW, the elevation difference is only about 100 metres. Welcome to Autumn!
 

SFTphotography

Old Hand
Toronto had a record high temperature for October 10 yesterday at 26.8C. However, tomorrow night, just two or so hours north (by car) of Toronto they are calling for a chance of a little snow. BTW, the elevation difference is only about 100 metres. Welcome to Autumn!
That’s a shame your summer is ending. I find it the most wonderful time of year (which is rare for a landscape tog) but hey ho.
 

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
Yup. I woke up to a +3 thermometer here in cottage country this morning. At least there's no snow, but tonight it's supposed to go to -1 with flurries.
 

DonS

Stuck in Toronto
Moderator
Yup. I woke up to a +3 thermometer here in cottage country this morning. At least there's no snow, but tonight it's supposed to go to -1 with flurries.
If I tell the girls that they will want to go north.
 

Robbie S

Well-Known Member
Cold sub Antarctic blast here yesterday, the mountains are covered in snow again. Today is a beautiful cloudless, blue sky spring day so we are heading into the Southern Alps with the camera to a place called Mesopotamia.
 

SFTphotography

Old Hand
I was up in Glencoe on Monday AM. 4c. Not enjoying this as I am definately a fan of warmer weather. The year is going south, and fast :(
 

DonS

Stuck in Toronto
Moderator
It was 0C when I got up this morning with the start of a cold developing :(
 
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