Summer 2021 Outlook


Summer is just around the corner and for most of us, we are eagerly awaiting long days at the cottage, a trip to the cabin, and a day at the beach.


With the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines across the country, we are hopeful for a return to normalcy.


Across Canada this summer we will see above-normal temperatures in Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, parts of the southern Prairies and Nunavut.


Precipitation will be below normal across the southern Prairies. The only area looking at above-normal precipitation is southern Ontario.


Here is a breakdown by city

Temperature

  • St. John's Above normal

  • Halifax Above normal

  • Charlottetown Normal

  • Fredericton Normal

  • Quebec City Normal

  • Montreal Normal

  • Ottawa Normal

  • Toronto Normal

  • Windsor Normal

  • Thunder Bay Normal

  • Winnipeg Normal

  • Regina Above normal

  • Saskatoon Above normal

  • Calgary Above normal

  • Edmonton Normal

  • Victoria Normal

  • Vancouver Normal

  • Prince George Normal

  • Whitehorse Normal

  • Yellowknife Below normal

  • Iqaluit Above normal


Precipitation

  • St. John's Normal

  • Halifax Normal

  • Charlottetown Normal

  • Fredericton Normal

  • Quebec City Normal

  • Montreal Normal

  • Ottawa Normal

  • Toronto Normal

  • Windsor Above Normal

  • Thunder Bay Normal

  • Winnipeg Normal

  • Regina Below normal

  • Saskatoon Below normal

  • Calgary Below normal

  • Edmonton Below normal

  • Victoria Normal

  • Vancouver Normal

  • Prince George Normal

  • Whitehorse Normal

  • Yellowknife Normal

  • Iqaluit Normal