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Yesterday's storms only generated 1.9mm of rain at the airport, bringing our weekly total to 2.5. There isn't much expected over the next few days either.

Temps are ranging from 14 to 19C, so overall a not bad week.
Yeah it is nice to see the forecast improved. The southern 2/3 of the city got considerably more precipitation so that would explain the discrepancy. Everything is noticeably greener today. With actual puddles still around despite it being largely sunny and above 10 degrees.

The tulip beds at Central Memorial have started to bloom, and a bunch of other flowers too. Makes me smile...

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Canmore at 12C right now


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Rooftop sensor 51.3C lol. Staying off of there today.
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22C and sunny with some high cloud arriving at 4pm.
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12C and overcast. Definitely a shitty start to May.

Low of 10C this morning. Not much variation with the constant cloud cover.

The warmspot was Warfield, BC at 23.9C.
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I'm speechless......
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