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Old 06-15-2010, 10:00 PM
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I hope I have understand everythng you said. Don't you know a compagny where I can rent a bike (like in France) ? For an hour, a day, a week etc ... ? I will see for the bike during the Week End.

For the weather, it's going to be hot at the end of the week (30C ...), for France it's hot. In 2003, when the temperature reached 35 - 40C 1 week long, 36000 people died ...

I can't wait to arrive !

Salut !
Yep, it'll hit 31C (and that's without the +10C humidity) here on Saturday. You can get the forecast for St. Kitts anytime here: http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/city/..._metric_e.html

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Serge, I tried to find some rent-a-bike shops in St. Kitts, but no luck.

DarkSky, TWN has tstorm icon up, EC doesn't, and SPC mentions thunderstorms. I'm betting a juicy round of severe thunderstorms will plow through here this weekend, because I work Fri/Sat in the evening. lol
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lol. No luck Derecho ! I don't work this week-end ;p !

As said in France, wait and see !

I arrive in Canada tomorrow at 3 in this afternoon.

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Serge, I tried to find some rent-a-bike shops in St. Kitts, but no luck.

DarkSky, TWN has tstorm icon up, EC doesn't, and SPC mentions thunderstorms. I'm betting a juicy round of severe thunderstorms will plow through here this weekend, because I work Fri/Sat in the evening. lol
Yah that's always the way it is eh?

But any time you really want a good storm within 24hrs, give your car a good wash and wax.
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I have a pretty sicl bike worth alot of money. I picked it up at periks in hamilton. If you got to a bike shop they will teat you well
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Serge, do check in when you read this!
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I arrived in Ste Catharines, and I am going to sleep (I hasn't sleep since 2 days ...).

What do you want Derecho ?

Good night, tomorrow I will degin to work at 9 !
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I have found some links :

http://www.keraunos.org/orages-torna...udre-radar.htm

http://www.weather.gov/

Some Storms are coming, I am looking for models.

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Here Serge, http://www.meteomedia.com/

Our french version of The Weather Network. If you have cable TV, you'll get the weather network, in english though, but it's a fantastic channel to watch when severe weather is developing. DarkSky could tell you which channel it is.
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Here Serge, http://www.meteomedia.com/

Our french version of The Weather Network. If you have cable TV, you'll get the weather network, in english though, but it's a fantastic channel to watch when severe weather is developing. DarkSky could tell you which channel it is.
On Cogeco Cable here in St. Catharines it's on ch. 23

Cable Plus 41 (ch. 41) is good during severe storm events. Channels with news (6pm, 11pm) coverage of this area:

2 - Buffalo
3 - Global
7 - CityTV Toronto
8 - CTV Toronto
12 - CHCH Hamilton
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