I’ve said before that I love thunderstorms. Well, look at this forecast.
That hourly forecast is for tomorrow. Basically, we have more than a week of thunderstorms ahead of us. We’re supposed to go to Elk Island National Park this Saturday. I don’t know if it’s going to happen.
Do you like this kind of forecast?
A lot of it, please.
I see clouds, but I wonder if it will rain. The forecast says there’s a chance of rain tonight, but I worry it’ll be a thunderstorm. That would mean a chance of even more fires. Just rain, please.
The last few days wouldn’t convince anyone it’s spring. It’s been a mere three degrees the last three days, but finally above ten today. Yesterday, out in the cold, I did see one sign of spring: green leaves.
Looking nice! In the past week, it’s become very green here. But the cold weather is over, at least for now. Just look at this forecast.
It’s going to be hot next week! Three days of twenty-seven to twenty-eight degrees. Wow!
How’s the weather in your part of the world?
On track for hitting the Tokyo area on the evening of July 26th or early morning July 27th, we have a typhoon. How fun.
Though Japan doesn’t normally use the names of typhoons, this one is named Halola. In Japan, it’s known as Typhoon Number 12. We just had a typhoon come through Japan last week, so this is pretty frequent for typhoons around here. Don’t really know what the strength will be like when it arrives, as it’s still five days away.
For me, typhoons are an interesting thing. I actually enjoy them, as long as they aren’t destructive. I wonder how many we’ll get this year.