Spring Outlook 2022


We have almost made it through winter. For some across Canada, it was a typical snowy and cold winter, for some others, it doesn't look like winter even arrived yet.


Regardless of what winter looked like for you, spring officially arrives on Sunday, March 20, at 11:33 a.m. EDT in the Northern Hemisphere.


Temperatures

Across Canada, we will see a divide of cold air from Manitoba to the Pacific Ocean and north to the Northwest Territories and Yukon. Temperatures will be above normal across the eastern half of Ontario and western Quebec. Above normal temperatures are also expected for Nova Scotia and eastern Newfoundland. Elsewhere near normal temperatures are expected.


City List

  • St. John's Above Normal

  • Corner Brook Near Normal

  • Labrador City Near Normal

  • Sydney Above Normal

  • Halifax Above Normal

  • Yarmouth Above Normal

  • Charlottetown Near Normal

  • Moncton Near Normal

  • Fredericton Near Normal

  • Quebec Near Normal

  • Montreal Near Normal

  • Ottawa Above Normal

  • Toronto Above Normal

  • Windsor Above Normal

  • Sudbury Above Normal

  • Thunder Bay Near Normal

  • Winnipeg Below Normal

  • Brandon Below Normal

  • Churchill Below Normal

  • Regina Below Normal

  • Saskatoon Below Normal

  • La Ronge Below Normal

  • Calgary Below Normal

  • Red Deer Below Normal

  • Edmonton Below Normal

  • Fort McMurray Below Normal

  • Vancouver Below Normal

  • Victoria Below Normal

  • Prince George Below Normal

  • Kamloops Below Normal

  • Whitehorse Below Normal

  • Yellowknife Below Normal

  • Iqaluit Near Normal

Precipitation

Precipitation will be near normal for most of the country this spring. The only exception will be southern British Columbia and most of Ontario.


City List

  • St. John's Near Normal

  • Corner Brook Near Normal

  • Labrador City Near Normal

  • Sydney Near Normal

  • Halifax Near Normal

  • Yarmouth Near Normal

  • Charlottetown Near Normal

  • Moncton Near Normal

  • Fredericton Near Normal

  • Quebec Near Normal

  • Montreal Near Normal

  • Ottawa Near Normal

  • Toronto Above Normal

  • Windsor Above Normal

  • Sudbury Above Normal

  • Thunder Bay Above Normal

  • Winnipeg Near Normal

  • Brandon Near Normal

  • Churchill Near Normal

  • Regina Near Normal

  • Saskatoon Near Normal

  • La Ronge Near Normal

  • Calgary Near Normal

  • Red Deer Near Normal

  • Edmonton Near Normal

  • Fort McMurray Near Normal

  • Vancouver Above Normal

  • Victoria Above Normal

  • Prince George Near Normal

  • Kamloops Above Normal

  • Whitehorse Near Normal

  • Yellowknife Near Normal

  • Iqaluit Near Normal