This week, temperatures will be below seasonal in most of Canada. The areas most below seasonal will be western Canada.
Atlantic Canada will be the only region of Canada looking at above-normal temperatures this week. Across Newfoundland and the Maritimes, highs will be about 2 to 4 degrees above seasonal. In Labrador, temperatures will be near normal.
Northern sections of the province and the Lower North Shore will see temperatures near normal for this week. Elsewhere across Quebec, temperatures will be one to three degrees below seasonal.
Southern Ontario will see temperatures near normal, temperatures may run a couple of degrees above seasonal along the western shores of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. In Northeastern and far northern Ontario temperatures will be 1 to 3 degrees below seasonal, however, in northwestern Ontario, highs will be close to five degrees below seasonal.
Across much of Manitoba, northern Saskatchewan, and northern Alberta, high temperatures will be close to 5 degrees below seasonal. In Southern Saskatchewan and southern Alberta, temperatures will be roughly 1 to 3 degrees below normal.
Most of B.C. will see temperatures about 3 to 7 degrees below seasonal this week. Coastal areas will not be as cool, only about 1 to 2 degrees below seasonal.
Temperatures will be below normal in all three territories by about 1 to 7 degrees. The only exception will be the Arctic Archipelago where temperatures will be 5 to 10 degrees above normal.