Off to Thunder Bay. At least the weather’s clear.
That was weird. The cold front is supposed to move through in eight or ten hours, so this was a disturbance that popped up well in front of it. The system was quite well-organized sixty miles away but it blew out as it moved off Georgian Bay – more storms popped up in front of the main line, with the bulk of the rain passing either to our north or taking a much more southerly track as the system broke up. We’re still expecting more rain from the remnants of the original line, but it looks like the most active weather has passed.
I’m disappointed. It’s bad enough that tomorrow’s cold front was going to come through before there was a chance for any daytime heating, but with tonight’s rain I expect it will be even less exciting.