This coming week will be a hot and cold week depending on where you are in Canada. Below you will find a regional analysis.
Temperatures will be slightly above normal across Atlantic Canada this week, only by a couple of degrees. The exception is for north-facing shores of Newfoundland and along with coastal Labrador where temperatures will be about two degrees below seasonal.
This week it looks like temperatures will be about 3 to 5 degrees above seasonal, except for areas near James Bay where it could be 10 degrees warmer than normal.
Across southern Ontario, temperatures will be about 3 to 5 degrees above seasonal. Northern Ontario will be a different story where it will be another week of heat. Temperatures will be 7 to 10 degrees above normal, meaning it will be another week likely with heat warnings and high humidex values.
It will be a clash between hot and cold across the Prairies. Oppressive heat is anticipated to linger across much of Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan. Western Saskatchewan and Alberta will see a cool week with temperatures at or up to 3 degrees below seasonal.
For interior sections, temperatures will be slightly below seasonal, but along coastal areas, temperatures will be above normal.
Temperatures will basically hover below normal for Yukon and most of the Northwest Territories, while Nunavut will likely experience above-average temperatures.