Summer's Back in Full Force this Week
- High pressure has built in off the west coast and will stick around right through to at least the start of the weekend
- This means sunny skies and summer warmth with an offshore flow - and temperatures are on the climb over the next few days
- Looks like peak heat will come Wednesday with daytime highs near 25 for YVR but more like 30 inland Vancouver! Many records will likely fall..
- Overnights will come with more comfortable temperatures but will lead to morning fog at least for the next couple of days.. lingering through to late morning for some
- At this point, looks like the pattern breaks down on Sunday with an approaching low
- I will be at the Nat Bailey Stadium for the Vancouver Canadians winner-takes-all showdown tonight with Shane! See you there. And keep an eye out for UFOs apparently... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2415882/UFO-spotted-hovering-Canadian-minor-league-baseball-game.html #BeatBoise.
Summer Returns to Toronto As Well
- Meanwhile extreme heat building for southern Ontario as well - after a coolish summer, Toronto -could- see it's warmest temp of the season tomorrow at 34 degrees! Humidity levels will be high also. A humidex advisory has been issued for much of the region: http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/SWS_bulletins_e.html?prov=on
- Lots of daily high temp records will fall tomorrow across S ON
- Ottawa will also hit the 30s tomorrow but Montreal eastward will fall just short
Humberto May Defend an Atlantic Hurricane Season Record
- There have been no hurricanes thus far during the 2013 season in the Atlantic. However, Humberto, near the Cape Verde Islands Monday has a chance at becoming a hurricane during the middle of this week.
- If Humberto strengthens to a hurricane and does so before Wednesday midday, the late-forming hurricane record will remain intact from 2002's Gustav on Sept. 11
weather-news/humberto-may- defend-hurricane-record/ 17586208
Numbers Get Mapped In Our Brains Like A 'Sixth Sense,' Study Suggests
- Whether it's determining the number of ships on the horizon or the number of cookies in a jar, the human brain has a "map" for perceiving numbers, new research shows.
- Topographical maps of the human brain are known to exist for the primary senses, such as sight, hearing and touch, but this is the first time such a map has been found for numerosity, or number sense
2013/09/07/numbers-mapped- brain-sixth-sense_n_3881081. html
So how many jelly beans are in the jar? Go on, take a guess...you are probably pretty close.