• Kyle Sooley-Brookings

Spring Forecast 2020


Spring officially arrives in the Northern Hemisphere on Thursday, March 19, at 11:50 pm EDT.


This spring is going to feature quite the temperature contrast across Canada and most areas will see a normal amount of precipitation. A city by city breakdown can be found below.


Typically in Canada spring arrives early on the west coast, with February seeing the arrival of tulips and temperatures on average staying above 0°C. Elsewhere in the country, spring weather arrives in late March and April and extends through to June.


The word equinox means equal day and equal night. This means that the length of day and night is nearly equal in all parts of the world.


Temperature

  • St. John's Below normal

  • Gander Below normal

  • Corner Brook Below normal

  • Sydney Above normal

  • Halifax Above normal

  • Yarmouth Above normal

  • Charlottetown Above normal

  • Fredericton Above normal

  • Moncton Above normal

  • Saint John Above normal

  • Sept-Îles Above normal

  • Quebec City Above normal

  • Sherbrooke Above normal

  • Montreal Above normal

  • Ottawa Above normal

  • Toronto Above normal

  • Windsor Above normal

  • Thunder Bay Above normal

  • Winnipeg Above normal

  • Thompson Above normal

  • Regina Near normal

  • Saskatoon Near normal

  • Key Lake Near normal

  • Calgary Below normal

  • Red Deer Below normal

  • Edmonton Below normal

  • Fort McMurray Near normal

  • Vancouver Below normal

  • Victoria Below normal

  • Kamloops Below normal

  • Prince George Below normal

  • Whitehorse Below normal

  • Yellowknife Near normal

  • Iqaluit Near normal


Precipitation

  • St. John's Near normal

  • Gander Near normal

  • Corner Brook Near normal

  • Sydney Near normal

  • Halifax Near normal

  • Yarmouth Near normal

  • Charlottetown Near normal

  • Fredericton Near normal

  • Moncton Near normal

  • Saint John Near normal

  • Sept-Îles Near normal

  • Quebec City Near normal

  • Sherbrooke Near normal

  • Montreal Near normal

  • Ottawa Near normal

  • Toronto Near normal

  • Windsor Near normal

  • Thunder Bay Above normal

  • Winnipeg Near normal

  • Thompson Near normal

  • Regina Near normal

  • Saskatoon Near normal

  • Key Lake Near normal

  • Calgary Above normal

  • Red Deer Near normal

  • Edmonton Near normal

  • Fort McMurray Near normal

  • Vancouver Near normal

  • Victoria Near normal

  • Kamloops Near normal

  • Prince George Near normal

  • Whitehorse Near normal

  • Yellowknife Near normal

  • Iqaluit Near normal

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