I think (I hope) we're on the edge of it. We're only forecast to get 20 mm (3/4 inch). Other areas, south of us, have already gotten 50 mm, with more expected to fall today.
Unfortunately those areas have had more than their fair share of wet weather this summer and more flooding is expected.
Our temperatures have dropped like a rock this week, from highs of near 30C (86F) to just 12C (54F) today. When I got up this morning it felt a little chilly in the house.
It's a good day to stay indoors, do a little baking, and watch football.
I mixed up a batch of apple spice muffins. They look a little anemic don't they? I think the oven was too warm so they baked too quickly, without browning on top. Oh well, they taste pretty good.
As you can see, it's well used, the spine is broken and yet it's still my go-to cookbook. I bought a newer version a year or so ago and I still use the old worn-out book.
Speaking of worn out, I finally broke down and visited the doctor's office on Friday. The diagnoses is tennis elbow. Of course, I had to use the well-worn joke, "I've never played tennis in my life".
The remedy is continuing to use the arm brace, icing the arm a couple of times a day, taking an anti-inflammatory for pain and lots of time. So except for giving it a name, the doc told me nothing new. And yet, today it feels better. Weird!
Have a wonderful weekend everyone!