When we asked a couple of weeks ago if you expected warm and sunny fall weather to last longer or not last as long as it usually does, most expected a short run of nice weather.
The majority, or 64 per cent, said it won’t last as long as usual, while 27 per cent said it will be status quo, with just nine per cent adding that nice weather will last longer than usual this year.
At the time, Calgary has just received a snowstorm, while temperatures in the east had started to chill out as well, but as I wrote this blog, the temperature near Toronto was in the lows 20s Celsius and the sky was bright blue.
Calgary was still experiencing some cool temperatures when I checked their forecast, with the exception of Monday, when it was supposed to be 18 C with a mix of sun and clouds, but Halifax was supposed to have a nice weekend in the low 20s, before it got a little chillier this week.
On the other hand, we linked to this story from Global News last week that pointed out that golfers were taking advantage of warm temperatures in Regina.
In some places, winter has seemed as it planned to make an early arrival, while in other places, it was still shorts weather.
How has it gone at the operation where you’re employed? With the beginning of October on Wednesday, was September everything you hoped it would be this year?
That’s the topic of this week’s GNN Poll.
Your can vote below or on the GNN home page and feel free to offer your thoughts in the Comments section below.
Now, I have to go cut the lawn.
Was September everything that the golf operation where you work had hoped for in terms of weather?
- YES (52%)
- NO (48%)