Windguru has been looking like this a lot lately, far too white:
Kingston is located on the eastern end of Lake Ontario. Summer conditions used to be dominated by thermal winds - characterized by crisp warm days and thermally driven winds off the lake from roughly 2-4pm. At one point in time, you might be able to count on 1-2 days of 15kts+ every week (not epic, but respectable). OK, maybe that is exaggerating a bit, but definitely more than now. I would say nowadays, those once common crisp, low-humidity summer days have become the exception, replaced by much more frequent hot humid and hazy & smoggy days - the type of conditions that don't let those thermals set up.
ARGH! is all I can say. I need my fix. Any suggestions? Perhaps time to reverse the flow of electricity TO the wind turbines.
Note, this photo (by WaveSpire) is from too long ago to mention....