Thursday, September 16, 2010

THAT TIME OF YEAR

Frost Warning for:
City of Saskatoon
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT 2:15 PM CST THURSDAY 16 SEPTEMBER 2010

A ridge of high pressure building over Central Saskatchewan will bring clearing skies and light winds to the northern and southern grainbelt overnight. As a result temperatures are expected to fall to below zero by Friday morning bringing widespread frost to the area.

— 30 —

Yup; it really is that time of year. Gotta finish the harvest, promptly.

Pictures, tomorrow.

7 comments:

lakeviewer said...

Below zero? Good God, not ready to think that way.

Rob-bear said...

® lakeviewer: Whether I'm ready to think that way is, in the end, inconsequential. It's happening; learning to adjust is essential.

Teacher's Pet said...

And I'm sweating and enduring the heat and humidity of South Georgia, still. Air conditioner is running non-stop. I look forward to some cool air. Take care...and I do hope that you finish the harvest.
Hugs,
Jackie

French Fancy... said...

Yes, it is very autumnal here now and the light duvets have been put away. We're on 10-tog ones now and I'm wearing socks again.

Hope your health is rude (as they say, funny old phrase really)

Gaston Studio said...

Also in the south, I wouldn't mind just a touch of that Rob... just a touch, mind you, not zero!

ain't for city gals said...

Oh, what I would give for just one cool day...still in the 100's in Arizona..

Rob-bear said...

® Jackie: Thank you, and yes, harvesting is done. I've just blogged about the harvest. Wishing you cooler days.

® FF in K: I've put on the heavier comforter too, Julie. And as to "rude" health, sorry to say I'm neither vigorous nor hearty. Just trying. To some, very trying.

® GS and afig: Here's the deal, we'll split the difference between 30 and 100, which would be 65F.
On second thought, that's a bit chilly for me, and VERY chilly for you.
I'll get Miss Sadie to work on it; she's dogged at solving these kinds of problems.