Day 12 – Weathering Saskatchewan

Day twelve of my June ‘Accentuate the Positive’ celebrates the diversity of our Saskatchewan weather.

We seldom have dangerous weather but we do get damaging hails, occasional tornadoes, and our roads get treacherous during a winter storm.

In the past 14 days we have had +31c days, snow, more +31c, fog, thunder, lightening and rain, flash flooding, and wind! Now it is calm and sunny. ๐ŸŒž

Wind gusts of 84km yesterday afternoon
After the rain yesterday morning. Our walkway beside the channel. We walk BETWEEN the two metal posts.
Rain yesterday morning. โ˜”. We needed the moisture. We also need to mow the lawn!
This snow was actually in mid April (this landing is about three feet off the ground). We did also have snow at the end of May but I did not take a picture of it. Snow is snow. ๐Ÿ˜ฌ
Fog alert! This photo was taken about one short block to busy train tracks.
Sun shining down on the birdbath. It is usually a busy place on hot sunny days. ๐ŸŒž
With the weather passed, our squirrel dropped by for a few peanuts. ๐Ÿค—

Twelve days down, eighteen to go!

Wishing you a wonderful day, regardless of the weather and I hope to see you tomorrow. ๐Ÿ’ž

8 thoughts on “Day 12 – Weathering Saskatchewan

  1. Thank you, Suzanne. The birds like it too. Our weather isn’t usually this erratic. I love storms as long as I know everyone is safely home – blizzards, thunder storms, sheet rain – all fun!

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  2. It’s a worldwide problem. I don’t buy the global warming nnonesense so it has nothing to do with that. But, the geologic record proves that Earth has warmed and cooled by itself for millions of years.

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