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Winter 2019-2020 Forecast


The season that Canadians love to hate will soon be upon us.


Winter 2019 in the Northern Hemisphere will begin on Saturday, December 21, 11:19 P.M. EST.


The astronomical start of a season is based on the position of the Earth in relation to the Sun. More specifically, the start of each season is marked by either a solstice (for winter and summer) or an equinox (for spring and autumn).


Temperatures are expected to be above normal for British Columbia, southern Ontario, mainland Nova Scotia, and most of Nunavut.



Temperature

  • St. John's Below Normal

  • Corner Brook Below Normal

  • Halifax Above Normal

  • Sydney Below Normal

  • Charlottetown Below Normal

  • Fredericton Near Normal

  • Quebec City Below Normal

  • Montreal Near Normal

  • Ottawa Near Normal

  • Toronto Above Normal

  • Thunder Bay Above Normal

  • Winnipeg Near Normal

  • Regina Near Normal

  • Saskatoon Near Normal

  • Calgary Near Normal

  • Edmonton Near Normal

  • Vancouver Above Normal

  • Victoria Above Normal

  • Prince George Above Normal

  • Whitehorse Near Normal

  • Yellowknife Below Normal

  • Iqaluit Above Normal


Precipitation is expected to be near normal for most areas. In the west, several areas will experience higher than normal precipitation.



Precipitation

  • St. John's Near Normal

  • Corner Brook Near Normal

  • Halifax Near Normal

  • Sydney Near Normal

  • Charlottetown Near Normal

  • Fredericton Near Normal

  • Quebec City Near Normal

  • Montreal Near Normal

  • Ottawa Near Normal

  • Toronto Near Normal

  • Thunder Bay Above Normal

  • Winnipeg Near Normal

  • Regina Near Normal

  • Saskatoon Above Normal

  • Calgary Above Normal

  • Edmonton Above Normal

  • Vancouver Near Normal

  • Victoria Near Normal

  • Prince George Above Normal

  • Whitehorse Near Normal

  • Yellowknife Near Normal

  • Iqaluit Near Normal

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