I had a funny dream in the morning. I saw a shed-like house that was placed near the bank of a lake or river falling inside the water. It was inhabited by an old couple who did not notice that they were now floating on water. I was standing next to my sibling who indicated to me that we need to help out. We jumped inside and became almost invisible. Then, somehow and I don’t know how exactly, we pulled the small shed back to the bank. We tried to place it back on the bank but it was still loose and not attached to the Earth. It rained later in the day today; and, here is the relevant warning by The Weather Network. I also took a screenshot of the warning, which shows today’s date in the lower-left corner.

I am staring outside my window and watching the messy raindrops. My mind is stuck at the level and manner of prediction this lucid dream has offered! Being Peculiar like fictional characters from the Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children isn’t easy; for example, the crazy thing about this dream is that it shows a type of disaster one usually sees during a severe weather warning. Right now, it isn’t raining that hard but we are still at the risk of being attacked by a thunderstorm and it might already be raining cats and dogs in some other nearby areas. Check out the weather warning for Oct 15, 2017—scroll by clicking on the arrows found at the ends of the slider. Also know that Ottawa’s climate is a bit tough to understand since if its light rain at one end, then there could be really bad weather at another end. Scroll below to “Ottawa Weather History” section and select Oct 15 for “Show weather for” drop-down menu. Now check out the chart. You will notice that it rained almost all day!

ottawa-weather-warning

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