Falls kicks off with cool, rainy days - Waterloo Record
WATERLOO REGION — There will be no mistaking it’s fall as showers and cool temperatures usher in the season on Saturday. The unseasonably cool days come on the heels of a hot, dry summer, with temperatures in Waterloo Region landing above long-term averages throughout June, July and August. As fall arrives, we should be hitting a daytime high of 16 C, dropping to an overnight low of 6 C. Daily highs aren’t expected to climb above 19 C through the middle of next week. The weekend overall will be a wet one
with showers expected both days and chilly temperatures reaching only 12 C Sunday. Last month, the experts at Environment Canada.
Home Front: In case of emergency, follow his lead - Fayetteville Observer
Our nation's military is trained to handle all types of emergencies, from responding to catastrophic natural disasters to deploying into war zones within 24 hours' notice. Other days, that same soldier might find himself distributing flip-flops and feminine hygiene products to refugees in a third world country. In other words, an emergency can be defined in countless ways, and every service member is trained and prepared to handle each one
, regardless of its scope. Unfortunately, my definition of an emergency does not always align with my husband's. One stormy night shortly after Wade and I were married, the local news station announced that a hurricane was moving inland and.