“Great Lakes are like hot tubs”: Climatologist on summer heat in Canada

"Great Lakes are like hot tubs": Climatologist on summer heat in Canada 1

 

From CTV News Channel: Environment Canada senior climatologist Dave Phillips discusses the extreme heat that is forecasted across the country this week.

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5 Comments on "“Great Lakes are like hot tubs”: Climatologist on summer heat in Canada"

  1. Dickweed Small | July 29, 2020 at 10:41 PM | Reply

    never heard of this guy before

  2. The Great Lakes are like ice cube trays in winter also.
    Daaaaaaa

  3. The only profession. where you can be 70 percent wrong and still be employed. I was married to a meteorologist.

    • Vikash Bhalla | July 29, 2020 at 10:53 PM | Reply

      Yeah, I would love to be one in Vancouver. You say partly cloudy, partly sunny with a chance of showers….boom 362 days a year covered.

  4. When you look at the temperatures on the right, it’s no where near the temperatures he is stating.

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