Autumn 2022 Forecast


Summer is the season of choice for most Canadians but Autumn is not the worst season. There are crisp mornings, beautiful fall foliage, and delicious vegetables from the harvest.


Autumn officially arrives on Thursday, September 22, 2022, at 9:04 pm EDT.


Temperature

As we prepare to head into the autumn season temperatures will be above normal for most of Canada. In fact, only Yukon and the Northwest Territories will see near-normal temperatures.

Atlantic Canada

St. John's Above Normal

Corner Brook Above Normal

Halifax Above Normal

Sydney Above Normal

Charlottetown Above Normal

Fredericton Above Normal

Moncton Above Normal


Quebec and Ontario

Québec City Above Normal

Montréal Above Normal

Sept-Îles Above Normal

Ottawa Above Normal

Toronto Above Normal

Windsor Above Normal

Sudbury Above Normal

Thunder Bay Above Normal


Prairies

Winnipeg Above Normal

Churchill Above Normal

Regina Above Normal

Saskatoon Above Normal

Calgary Above Normal

Edmonton Above Normal


BC & Northern Canada

Vancouver Above Normal

Victoria Above Normal

Prince George Above Normal

Whitehorse Near Normal

Yellowknife Near Normal

Iqaluit Above Normal


Precipitation

After a dry summer, most Canadians can expect near-normal precipitation.

Atlantic Canada

St. John's Below Normal

Corner Brook Below Normal

Halifax Below Normal

Sydney Below Normal

Charlottetown Below Normal

Fredericton Below Normal

Moncton Below Normal


Quebec and Ontario

Québec City Near Normal

Montréal Near Normal

Sept-Îles Near Normal

Ottawa Near Normal

Toronto Near Normal

Windsor Near Normal

Sudbury Near Normal

Thunder Bay Below Normal


Prairies

Winnipeg Near Normal

Churchill Near Normal

Regina Near Normal

Saskatoon Near Normal

Calgary Near Normal

Edmonton Near Normal


BC & Northern Canada

Vancouver Above Normal

Victoria Above Normal

Prince George Above Normal

Whitehorse Near Normal

Yellowknife Near Normal

Iqaluit Near Normal