Currently in Toronto — September 20th, 2022

Mainly sunny and very warm

The weather, currently.

Another very warm and dry day is on the way. You can expect bright skies early Tuesday morning with a wake-up temperature near 16°C. The kids can wear shorts to school and no umbrellas are needed. There will be some scattered clouds through the lunch hour, but sunshine will dominate by early afternoon. The high is 26°C feeling like 29°C with the humidex. The wind will be light from the NW and the UV index will be 6 or high.

Tuesday night: Cloudy periods with a low near 16°C.

Side note: The seasonal norms are 20/11.

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What you need to know, currently.

Hurricane Fiona devastates Puerto Rico, slams the Dominican Republic, continues to strengthen
Hurricane Fiona made landfall in Puerto Rico knocking out power for most of the island. The storm veered towards the Dominican Republic, causing major flooding.

“Hurricane Fiona made landfall in Puerto Rico on Sunday, knocking out power for more than 90 percent of households on the island and bringing some of the most devastating flooding Puerto Rico has ever seen. Early on Monday, the storm’s path veered towards the Dominican Republic, causing major flooding there too.

The storm is expected to move west towards Turks and Caicos Islands on Tuesday and continue to strengthen to a category 3 hurricane by Wednesday.

More than 1.3 million people across the island are without power, as of Monday around 9 AM, according to Power Outage US. The rain is expected to continue through Tuesday, after that, temperatures in the upper 80°F (31°C) will pose an additional hazard for those still without power.

Fiona’s effects are comparable to or worse than those of Hurricane Maria — which struck Puerto Rico almost exactly five years ago. The island was still recovering from the effects of Maria and is now once again under water.”

Here is a thread of trusted local organizations, if you are looking for places to donate to.

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What you can do, currently.

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