August... A Transition Period - Wilderness North

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August… A Transition Period

Graham SaundersThe last two weeks of July are on average the warmest of the summer in the Northwest region. Temperatures were above average this year but were not as hot as they were earlier in July.

Most days last week featured benign weather conditions which made for some great fishing – comfortable temperatures, light winds and the occasional brief showers. Last Sunday proved to be the exception with some moderate to strong winds and some heavy showers. Fortunately, the nasty winds and reported hail on Sunday stayed mainly to the southwest of the Wilderness North sites.

As we move into August, the next seven days look like an opposite of the fair weather last week. Today to early Saturday are likely to have unsettled conditions with occasional showers and temperatures between 20-25ºC (mid 70s). Expect the weather to brake later on Saturday, giving way to mainly sunny skies with warmer temperatures on Sunday and Monday.


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