• Kyle Brookings

Mid-Summer Seasonal Update


It's sad to say but summer is over in about a month and a half. With that in mind, we will take a look at what's left of summer and what it will be like for Canada.


So far this summer most of us have experienced warmer than normal weather. In some places, mainly Newfoundland and Labrador, summer took a while to get going but is now in full swing.


As we head into August and September it looks like most areas of Canada with the exception of southern Ontario will see above-normal temperatures most areas will experience near-normal precipitation.


Temperatures

  • St. John's Above Normal

  • Corner Brook Above Normal

  • Sydney Above Normal

  • Halifax Above Normal

  • Charlottetown Above Normal

  • Fredericton Above Normal

  • Quebec City Above Normal

  • Montreal Above Normal

  • Ottawa Above Normal

  • Toronto Near Normal

  • Windsor Near Normal

  • Thunder Bay Above Normal

  • Winnipeg Above Normal

  • Regina Above Normal

  • Saskatoon Above Normal

  • Calgary Above Normal

  • Edmonton Above Normal

  • Vancouver Above Normal

  • Prince George Above Normal

  • Whitehorse Above Normal

  • Yellowknife Above Normal

  • Iqaluit Above Normal


Precipitation

  • St. John's Near Normal

  • Corner Brook Near Normal

  • Sydney Near Normal

  • Halifax Near Normal

  • Charlottetown Near Normal

  • Fredericton Near Normal

  • Quebec City Near Normal

  • Montreal Near Normal

  • Ottawa Near Normal

  • Toronto Near Normal

  • Windsor Near Normal

  • Thunder Bay Near Normal

  • Winnipeg Near Normal

  • Regina Above Normal

  • Saskatoon Above Normal

  • Calgary Near Normal

  • Edmonton Above Normal

  • Vancouver Near Normal

  • Prince George Near Normal

  • Whitehorse Above Normal

  • Yellowknife Near Normal

  • Iqaluit Near Normal

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