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  • Writer's pictureKyle Sooley-Brookings

Summer Outlook 2022

Summer 2022 in Northern Hemisphere will begin on Tuesday, June 21. From a temperature perspective, temperatures will be above normal for most of eastern and northern Canada. Much of western Canada will experience below normal temperatures.


  • St. John's Above Normal

  • Corner Brook Above Normal

  • Sydney Above Normal

  • Halifax Above Normal

  • Charlottetown Above Normal

  • Fredericton Above Normal

  • Quebec Above Normal

  • Montreal Above Normal

  • Ottawa Above Normal

  • Toronto Above Normal

  • Thunder Bay Near Normal

  • Winnipeg Below Normal

  • Regina Near Normal

  • Saskatoon Near Normal

  • Calgary Near Normal

  • Edmonton Near Normal

  • Vancouver Below Normal

  • Prince George Below Normal

  • Whitehorse Above Normal

  • Yellowknife Above Normal

  • Iqaluit Above Normal


Taking a look at precipitation trends, precipitation will be near normal for most locations.

  • St. John's Near Normal

  • Corner Brook Near Normal

  • Sydney Near Normal

  • Halifax Near Normal

  • Charlottetown Near Normal

  • Fredericton Near Normal

  • Quebec Near Normal

  • Montreal Near Normal

  • Ottawa Near Normal

  • Toronto Near Normal

  • Thunder Bay Near Normal

  • Winnipeg Above Normal

  • Regina Above Normal

  • Saskatoon Above Normal

  • Calgary Above Normal

  • Edmonton Near Normal

  • Vancouver Above Normal

  • Prince George Above Normal

  • Whitehorse Near Normal

  • Yellowknife Near Normal

  • Iqaluit Near Normal


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