Snow in L’Amable on May 8, 2017. This is at the tail end of some extreme rain for almost a week, which is causing flooding from Ontario to the Atlantic provinces. The last 24 hours featured snow and sleet, though it didn’t stick because the … Continue readingSnow in L’Amable. May 8, 2017
The trails are too bare and icy for good mushing, and daytime temperatures are above freezing almost every day. But nighttime temperatures are below freezing, and there is still a snow base of a foot or so in many areas. A series of moderate storms … Continue readingIt’s still snowing on March 24!
Here is an evening photo from our back yard, looking west towards the house.
We’ve experienced some amazing severe weather since arriving in L’Amable 4 weeks ago. Thunderstorms have developed in the afternoon typically, though twice we have had overnight storms. Saturday’s storm (August 2, 2015) included high winds that whipped the drenching rain against the side of the … Continue readingThunderstorms in Ontario. Trail conditions.