Canada Day is the national day of Canada. A federal statutory holiday, it celebrates the anniversary of July 1, 1867, the effective date of the Constitution Act, 1867 (then called the British North America Act, 1867). This year marks 152 years of Confederation.
Here is the weather forecast for this weekend...
Saturday: Some rain is expected across New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, it should be clear elsewhere across Atlantic Canada, temperatures will range from 15 to 25. Eastern Quebec will see rain. The remainder of Quebec and Ontario will be protected under a high, temperatures will range from 15 to 30. Scattered showers are likely across the northern half of the Prairies and some snow over higher elevations of the Rockies. British Columbia will be mostly clear, temperatures will range from 30 in southern Manitoba to 10 over higher elevations of the Rockies.
Sunday: Sporadic showers will prevail across Atlantic Canada, with temperatures from 10 to 20. Quebec and Southern Ontario should remain clear. Some rain is likely in Northern Ontario, with temperatures from 10 to 20. The Prairies will be clear also along with British Columbia, temperatures will range from 25 in southern Manitoba to 10 over higher elevations of the Rockies.
Canada Day: Rain is expected across Newfoundland, it will be clear across the Maritimes, with highs from 10 to 15. Ontario and Quebec will likely see nice weather too, with highs from 20 to 25. A band of rain will make its way through the Northern Prairies, and in northeastern British Columbia, with highs from 5 in northern sections to 25 across southern areas.
Regardless of the weather, have a safe and fantastic Canada Day!