The Corner team is excited that Corner's seventh season with John McGivern is about to begin, bringing us together to share their unique spirit with 13 other communities. We operate three City Markets in the Milwaukee area and have had the opportunity to talk to the owners of each of these markets, who speak so clearly about their businesses and their importance to their neighborhood. Before we shot this episode, Jeff was three, so we had the opportunity to talk to him about his experiences and his thoughts in the shops. The team at The Corner have been able to bring us through the summer, we are thrilled with the seven episodes of season three and the fact that we are introducing you to 13More communities that share their different cultures and unique spirits.
The restaurant is 100 years old and owned by the same family, and it is still in the same place. It's a 53-year-old restaurant, but it's still part of the White Fish Bay community, home to many of our favorite restaurants in the area.
The doors of Winkie's Variety Store are still open, and when I go down the stairs in the summer, I feel a familiar excitement. I had the same feeling when I visited old and new stores in Silver Spring and heard people calling for this place. Whitefish Bay's downtown business district is as vibrant as ever, but it still looks like it was when you were a kid.
The topography within 2 miles of Whitefish Bay shows only slight differences in altitude. At the upper end of the mountain range, colder, drier snow tends to fall, but at least at lower altitudes, some snow falls, especially in late winter and early spring. The actual depth of a new snowfall is typically less than 1.5 inches, provided the ground is frozen.
The humidity and feel-good value is based on the dew point, which determines whether sweat evaporates from the skin and cools the body.
Since temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, the dew point tends to change more slowly, and while temperatures can fall at night, sweltering days are typically followed by sweltering nights. The shortest day is December 21, the longest day is a long day (June 14) and the earliest sunset is 4: 16 p.m. on December 8. The early sunrises are between 5: 11 and 6: 30 a.m. on June 15 and 16, the early sunsets are from 5 to 7: 15 p.m. and from 6 to 8: 45 p.m. Late sunsets are from 4 pm to 6 pm (July 2, July 4, August 1, September 1 and September 2) and late sunsets from 7 pm to 9: 40 pm (September 3, October 2 and October 3).
The clearest part of the year in Whitefish Bay starts on June 9 and lasts 4-5 months, until October 24. Due to the growing degree days alone, the first spring blooms of White Fish Bay, when they appear, can appear in March or April.
The average daily short wave solar energy reaching the ground per square meter (orange line) in Whitefish Bay. The brightest period of the year lasts 3-4 months, but we experience significant seasonal fluctuations over the course of a year.
The average daily short-wave solar energy reaching the ground per square meter (orange line) in Whitefish Bay. Wind is the average wind speed and direction of the wind jets in the area (blue line) and accounts for about 2-3% of the total wind energy in the area.
The warm season lasts 3-6 months and the windy phase of the year lasts 7-2 months, with the warmest months in summer and the coldest in autumn and winter.
The hottest day of the year is July 18, with an average high of 80 degrees and a low of 64 degrees and the hottest water temperature in White Fish Bay. The day with the warmest water this year was August 13, with an average temperature of 70C and a low of 60C. The coldest day this year is January 29, with an average of 18AdeGF and 29ADeGsF; the coldest day in this water is February 28, with an average temperature of 36AdeGsF.
This time in the warmest water lasts 2.5 months, and the time with the coolest water lasts 5.4 months.
If a day is the wettest day, the rainy season lasts 6.3 months and the snowiest period of the year 4.5 months. Most snow falls on 31 days, with June 13 being the focal point, but most rain falls during this period, with 31 days falling on January 7. In White Fish Bay, snowfall can slide through the water at a rate of 1.2 inches per day over a 2.4-month period.
The cold season lasts 3.3 months, with the warmest time of the year being 4.5 months and the coldest time of the year 1.4 months.