This coming week, it looks like most of Canada will see below-normal temperatures.
Temperatures will be either at seasonal or a couple of degrees below seasonal.
Temperatures will be a couple of degrees below seasonal, in northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan, we could see temperatures almost 10 degrees below seasonal. There is an exception, southern Manitoba will be at or slightly above seasonal.
Northern sections of the province will likely be below seasonal, except for areas along the shores of Lake Superior where near-normal temperatures are expected. Southern Ontario will see temperatures slightly above normal by a couple of degrees.
Temperatures are expected to be from 2 to 5 degrees below seasonal. Areas near the Labrador border will be about 5 degrees cooler this coming week.
Temperatures are expected to be slightly below seasonal by a degree or two. The only area where above-normal temperatures are expected is in extreme southern Nova Scotia, the Avalon Peninsula, and northeast facing shores of Newfoundland.