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Oh Gawd , its hot in Southern Ontario..41 Deg C

sgtdjones 2023-09-05 16:39:46 

Oh Gawd , it's hot in Southern Ontario

Heat Warning

Hamilton, ON Weather
Updated on Tue, Sep 5, 12:25 p.m.


A few clouds


Hot and humid conditions are expected through Wednesday.

Maximum temperatures of 29 to 34 degrees Celsius.
Humidex values near 40.

A cooler air mass is expected Thursday.

A hot and humid airmass is expected through Wednesday. Daytime highs are expected to be 29 to 34 degrees Celsius. Overnight lows will be 18 to 22 degrees Celsius bringing little relief from the heat. Humidex values and daytime highs will be very atypical of early September.

The passage of a cold front will bring an end to the heat Thursday.

Hot and humid air can also bring deteriorating air quality and can result in the Air Quality Health Index approaching the high risk category.

ray 2023-09-05 17:09:55 

hot all ova NA

googley 2023-09-05 17:16:16 

In reply to sgtdjones

Ahhh stop your whining!! Suckbit up like a man by running your ac lol

Slipfeeler 2023-09-05 17:42:03 

That’s right in a few weeks will be crying about cold and snow, so let’s enjoy this now.
big grin big grin

Halliwell 2023-09-05 17:43:23 

In reply to sgtdjones

I surprise you crying
Why you ent invent ah invention quick quick and fix the damn problem
If you can’t help yourself how Big Industry gwine trust you big grin

JayMor 2023-09-05 17:50:21 

In reply to sgtdjones

Darn, 36°C is like 97°F! Not that bad here in northern Conn: 92°F (33.3°C) right now.


sgtdjones 2023-09-05 20:02:06 

In reply to Halliwell

The factory roof is 40 ft , this plant goes up to 55 ft .

Now Oxford Graduate can you (H)explain how we can build it inside?Ah waiting?

Some parts must be manufactured outside ..and in that heat and humidity its nasty.

sgtdjones 2023-09-05 20:05:44 

In reply to JayMor

I am on the Niagara escarpment in Southern Ontario,
surrounded by the Great Lakes , the humidity is nasty.
10 minutes outside and it's like you just went under the shower with ones clothes on...

Our normal temperature at this time ..20 deg C...At night 12 deg C
The next few days 40 Deg C at night 25 deg C....
too hot.

sgtdjones 2023-09-05 20:08:43 

In reply to googley

I am not at the house , I dont do pujas in air-condition places.

We build Chemical Plants and some are large so they are built outside.
the workers can get heat stroke quickly.
Normally we have two shifts , today we are closing early.

sgtdjones 2023-09-05 20:11:13 

In reply to Slipfeeler

I love the cold weather one can dress appropriately.

In this heat it's impossible. Our hospitals Emergency rooms are filled with heat stroke human's.

Halliwell 2023-09-05 20:27:07 

In reply to sgtdjones

We build Chemical Plants and some are large so they are built outside.

That’s the thing with those outside chemical plants. Too much pollution and when rain fall workers wet.
I like the indoors chemical plants better lol

sgtdjones 2023-09-05 20:51:30 

In reply to Halliwell

Oxford graduate you are on song today... lol lol lol

googley 2023-09-05 22:02:24 

In reply to Halliwell

lol lol lol lol lol lol

Halliwell 2023-09-05 22:04:41 

In reply to sgtdjones

In this heat it's impossible. Our hospitals Emergency rooms are filled with heat stroke human's.

Harvard called, and ask back for their IELTS

sgtdjones 2023-09-05 22:14:44 

In reply to Halliwell

WE doh give anytingies there.
So I didn't post as much metaphors
lol lol lol

Halliwell 2023-09-05 22:19:01 

In reply to sgtdjones


But goodnight anyhow big grin

Polly dem business fix. I will check Misinfo for the score in the mawnin.

Gun_Play 2023-09-06 00:31:56 

South Ajax.
It was cooking today.

sgtdjones 2023-09-06 17:47:19 

In reply to Halliwell

If I dont make a few mistakes , you might tink I am not writing the blogs..
Cant let such occur..

Any how with humidity, we are about to hit 43 deg C this afternoon.
My gardens are being decimated on my rental properties..

Did Rishi bankrupt your city Council as yet?

Halliwell 2023-09-06 18:38:21 

In reply to sgtdjones

Is shite landscaping you do if a lil hot weather mash up you garden

Barry 2023-09-06 19:57:43 

In reply to sgtdjones

WE doh give anytingies there.
So I didn't post as much metaphors

lol lol lol lol lol lol

We all walk along the highway of tears sad

sgtdjones 2023-09-06 20:50:36 

In reply to Halliwell

Pondie told me you no nutting about landscaping..keep ya mout silent..

Heat destroying plants

See what happens even grass turning yellow..need some epsom salts .. well it's almost fall so I will restock next Spring...

sgtdjones 2023-09-06 20:53:35 

In reply to googley

Pandit what you grinning at?.. razz

Barry 2023-09-07 03:41:33 

You need some cooling lead pipes
lol lol lol lol lol lol

Halliwell 2023-09-07 07:43:44 

In reply to sgtdjones

That’s lazy gardening.
A magnesium deficiency is the cause, or just plain lack of H2O? You know brown from yellow?

So that means you don’t dethatch and aerate in spring then feed through the season? You use nematodes?

Man use the Epsom salts on yerself!!! Ya need the purge
twisted twisted twisted

sgtdjones 2023-09-07 14:58:25 

In reply to Halliwell

What is epsom salt?
Epsom salt is also known as magnesium sulfate.
It's a chemical compound made up of magnesium, sulfur, and oxygen.
It's amazing when used on rose plants or in gardens.

I only aerate travelled areas on grass, early fall like now.

I dont have nematodes..wanna bee gardener

See Lawns it's the hot sun

I have never had such occur in numerous lawns on various properties, I have an arborist from
Beswick Tree Service that looks after my properties and he said it's the heat of the sun...ya gats that
I have automated sprinkler systems on all properties that come on at night for 30 minutes but this year it hasn't helped, normally after its fertilized they bloom backup...not this year.

Climate Change that your buddy Boris didn't believe, does Rishi?..
razz razz razz razz

Halliwell 2023-09-07 16:46:08 

In reply to sgtdjones

Then I suggest you get some nematodes
I didn’t ask it to point out a fault
Not having them is a crime! Can get them from Amazon

sgtdjones 2023-09-07 17:04:05 

In reply to Halliwell

Nematodes feed on plant roots, which ultimately damages the plant and severely impacts plant growth. While feeding, nematodes create wounds on the roots, which can leave the plant's roots vulnerable to infection by other disease-causing organisms in the soil

I have some very old oak , maple and walnut trees I am concerned about them
Kinda worried about putting such, can fishing worms do the same thing.?

Halliwell 2023-09-07 18:02:56 

In reply to sgtdjones

Errr we talking about lawns still?
And lawn health?
And nematodes to mash eeen the leatherjackets?

If is old Oak and that is Canada, them trees should have protection orders on dem
You’ll get yuh rass in jail for killing them

sgtdjones 2023-09-07 18:28:46 

In reply to Halliwell

Yes still lawns ...and lawn health.Some stuff are sold in the US but I cannot bring it back to Canada.
Golf Courses in Canada can buy such under license, but I cannot.I may just fertilize it for the winter , if such fails , dig it up it and reseed next spring.

The oak trees I sold one to a furniture manufacture in Carolinas for 50,000 dollars .
They came up and wrapped that tree like a mummy and cut it in strategic locations.
Then took it to the furniture manufacturing facility.
If any tree is on my property I can cut it down. If it's in an area where an
easement reside, I cannot touch it.The city will plant a tree on such land.