There were spring floods that drowned hundreds of houses, the summer that “went missing” in a long stretch of cool and wet days, and finally a little good news — record-breaking warmth and sunshine in September.Environment Canada’s David Phillips selected the 10 biggest weather news stories, and says this about our local Big Three: A man was all set for the weather as he makes his way through the water on Rue Saint-Louis on Saturday.
Chat up your prospective 'Date-Mates' 6-7 minutes at a time. In today’s world we tend to know in a matter of minutes if we ‘click’ with someone.Water levels in Gatineau have started to come down in the flooding but major damage is starting to show Saturday May 13, 2017.• The flooding was easily our worst weather of the year: “The Quebec government claimed the spring downpour was the worst ever recorded in the province over the past 55 years.In Montreal, April rains totalled 156.2 mm — the second wettest in 147 years.This ensures a fabulous pool of daters that others want to meet.~~Is Food included with my Speed Orlando Dating ticket price? The length of an event is based on the number of daters in attendance. Most Daters say this is when the fun really starts! Our hosts will gladly accommodate seating for all ticketed members of your party. I Am Older or Younger than your age ranges – may I still attend? While we and our daters are often called upon for special filmed events, they are scheduled as private events and are by invitation only.From time to time venues may provide light nibbles for the guests. Generally, our events last about 2 hours including intermission. Feel free to stay and mingle for as long as you want. If you would like to be seated together please let us know. Speed Orlando Dating events vary in size, anywhere from 16 - 30 singles register for any given event. Register/Info Payment can only be accepted through the website. What if I don't have the ability to act like a lady or gentleman? We do have a zero tolerance for any rudeness - of any sort.Lake Ontario reached its highest level since 1918.• But September warmed us up: “From September 22 to 27, over a thousand heat records fell (across Central Canada) as humidex values shot up close to or above 40, prompting a week-long stretch of heat warnings.“In the lead up to the five-day scorcher, there were two weeks of delightfully sunny, warm and rain-free weather.It was the most beautiful stretch of summer weather in the entire year.”And Environment Canada, which publishes the list, adds some context:“Extreme weather events demonstrate that the world is seeing the effects of climate change,” it says.“Environment and Climate Change Canada’s scientists can’t directly link a single extreme weather event to a warmer world, but it would certainly be consistent with our expectations of increased climate unpredictability. A Windsor flood in the city’s second “century-plus” storm within a year;6. The winter’s worst storm in Eastern Canada, March 13 (which bypassed Ottawa);8. Newfoundland’s hurricane-force “Brier Blast” on March 11;10. Phillips also made note across the country of regional stories that didn’t quite make the Top 10. Here’s Ontario’s year in his headline form: The year of the pothole; Ontario-wide SAD; January-thaw through February; Short skating season on the Rideau Canal; Ottawa – truly the world’s snowiest nation’s capital; Major property losses from strong March winds; June thunder flood; Canada150 celebration soaker on Canada Day; Huntsville tornadoes; Leamington and Hawkesville tornadoes; Microburst ends September heat wave; Hurricane Nate arrives for Thanksgiving; Tropical storm Philippe and more Ottawa rains; and Ottawa’s year-long big wet.Your ‘Date-Mate’ will also receive your name and email.Can I return for free if I don't get a match at an event?Lawrence River Basin, where it was the wettest in 70 years of observations.Cool, overcast weather and frequent spring showers continued throughout the summer.” He blames the jet stream, which was off its usual course.