On A Hot Day

1 year 1 month ago - 1 year 1 month ago #720061 by Nikon Shooter





Yesterday afternoon, the municipal park services sounded the sirens
to evacuate the three-pool park. Until then, families who had been en-
joying the place in these torrid weather conditions, have, in no time,
picked themselves up and and went back home. In less than twenty
minutes, it was like as quiet as in a cemetery.



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1 year 1 month ago #720062 by Shadowfixer1
Wicked looking storm cloud.

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1 year 1 month ago #720070 by Nikon Shooter
It brought just a bit of rain but tons of spectacular sounds and light effects.
Followed almost no heat relief and, today, we're back up there! :(

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1 year 1 month ago #720098 by peterock33
Yes that wild looking storm cloud definitely adds a very dramatic look to the shot.... I really like that shot NS.
  We are just heading into a heat wave here. High 30s and 40 for a day or two as well.  We never had this kind of heat sustain for a week or two, at this early point in summer. Usually, these hot afternoons would be followed by severe lightning storms in the evening, but there's no rain in sight. 
I know you wouldn't like it. :ohmy:


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1 year 1 month ago #720252 by Nikon Shooter

peterock33 wrote: I know you wouldn't like it. :ohmy:


I've seen the very exaggerated paths of the jet-stream that is the most
direct cause of these heat waves… there is more to come apparently! :ohmy:

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1 year 1 month ago #721085 by Suni Park
This is lovely to see! Well-captured moment. 


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1 year 4 weeks ago #721163 by peterock33

Nikon Shooter wrote: I've seen the very exaggerated paths of the jet-stream that is the most
direct cause of these heat waves… there is more to come apparently! :ohmy:


You were right NS, it came.  We have only had a few days in the high 20s these paste weeks.  Every day into the mid 30s for an average and pushing 40 some days and no rain in sight.  My daughter walked across the lawn the other day and said it was crunching like walking on snow.  Everyone's lawn is yellow.  In Lytton, BC last week, they beat the all-time record temperature three days in a row and hit 49.6 on the third day.  That afternoon, it caught fire and 90% of the town went up in flame.  The fire season hasn't even arrived yet and there have been over 1000 fire in that province alone.  We have hundreds burning here after the big lightning storm the other night.  The smoke looks like Beijing here today.  Anyway, everyone is hoping for some relief soon because we aren't set up for this weather here.  I know you wouldn't like it.


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1 year 4 weeks ago #721172 by Nikon Shooter


Suni Park wrote: This is lovely to see! Well-captured moment. 


Many thanks, Suni!

peterock33 wrote: I know you wouldn't like it.


Weather is back to 30°C at night… most unpleasant — though we are
not yet threatened by fires at this point.

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