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Old 05-31-2024, 02:58 PM
 
Location: Markham, Ontario
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Glorious blue sky day here at 24C. The absolute perfect weather day.
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Old 05-31-2024, 04:50 PM
 
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Nasty high 90's here and no rain like always.
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Old 05-31-2024, 09:27 PM
 
Location: Centre Wellington, ON
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Glorious blue sky day here at 24C. The absolute perfect weather day.
Was 25-26C when I went down to Oakville, but low humidity meant is still felt quite pleasant. Cooler up here in Elora, high of only 22C.
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Old 06-04-2024, 07:41 PM
 
Location: St. Pete Beach, FL
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Nasty high 90's here and no rain like always.
It seems like June 11th will drop up to 5” in some areas of Tampa Bay, some decent high in the mid 80°Fs also, hmm prepare to at least get 3” in June 11th. 1.2” predicted for June 12th, and 2.2 inches for June 13th. Yep we will have rain, drought will hopefully be over for some time, lets hope for a true wet season!

It was weird that this May was probably the hottest, and in June 1st we started with a low of 69°F, that’s refreshing. Well it looks like this week it will hit 100°F in Orlando one day, well not record breaking but quite high, but with the rain of June 13th a high of 84°F will come hopefully turning things to around average after such a brutal May. April seemed normal, March bit warmer than average, but January and February slightly below average. So for Tampa Bay, eventhough we had the hottest May or at least tied to 1995, it might not turn to be the warmest year.
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Old 06-05-2024, 04:44 AM
 
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It seems like June 11th will drop up to 5” in some areas of Tampa Bay, some decent high in the mid 80°Fs also, hmm prepare to at least get 3” in June 11th. 1.2” predicted for June 12th, and 2.2 inches for June 13th. Yep we will have rain, drought will hopefully be over for some time, lets hope for a true wet season!

It was weird that this May was probably the hottest, and in June 1st we started with a low of 69°F, that’s refreshing. Well it looks like this week it will hit 100°F in Orlando one day, well not record breaking but quite high, but with the rain of June 13th a high of 84°F will come hopefully turning things to around average after such a brutal May. April seemed normal, March bit warmer than average, but January and February slightly below average. So for Tampa Bay, eventhough we had the hottest May or at least tied to 1995, it might not turn to be the warmest year.
If i were a betting man i would say i am gonna get jack out of that. I hope i am wrong and get 50". Nothing can beat May of 1995 when the first part of the month after the 6th was 95 to 98f day after day in Tampa when i was fishing offshore 40 miles northwest of the Keys
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Old 06-05-2024, 04:35 PM
 
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
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If i were a betting man i would say i am gonna get jack out of that. I hope i am wrong and get 50". Nothing can beat May of 1995 when the first part of the month after the 6th was 95 to 98f day after day in Tampa when i was fishing offshore 40 miles northwest of the Keys
Maybe you will get 2”, I will get around 4” according to weather predictions. Lets hope you get something like 50” really, you are like in the FL desert. Climatepolice in St. Pete Beach, for St. Pete Beach there says to be 2.7” for June 12, not bad. Tampa will get 3-4”.
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Old 06-05-2024, 04:39 PM
 
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
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It seems like June 11th will drop up to 5” in some areas of Tampa Bay, some decent high in the mid 80°Fs also, hmm prepare to at least get 3” in June 11th. 1.2” predicted for June 12th, and 2.2 inches for June 13th. Yep we will have rain, drought will hopefully be over for some time, lets hope for a true wet season!

It was weird that this May was probably the hottest, and in June 1st we started with a low of 69°F, that’s refreshing. Well it looks like this week it will hit 100°F in Orlando one day, well not record breaking but quite high, but with the rain of June 13th a high of 84°F will come hopefully turning things to around average after such a brutal May. April seemed normal, March bit warmer than average, but January and February slightly below average. So for Tampa Bay, eventhough we had the hottest May or at least tied to 1995, it might not turn to be the warmest year.
1995 was sure worse for the fact that it had brutal days more often.
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