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  • Writer's pictureKyle Sooley-Brookings

Winter Forecast 2022-23


After a warm start to Fall, temperatures have since fallen and most, if not all, regions of Canada have seen snow by now.


With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season and those short days, winter is surely on the way. The winter solstice, the shortest day of the year, officially arrives on Wednesday, December 21, 2022, at 4:48 pm EST in the Northern Hemisphere.


With that in mind, here is the winter forecast.


Temperature

Across the country this winter, there will be an east/west divide. Temperatures are expected to be above average for the eastern half of Canada from northwestern Ontario to Newfoundland. For the west and most of the north we will see normal, or below normal, temperatures.


City Forecast

  • St. John's Above Normal

  • Corner Brook Above Normal

  • Labrador City Above Normal

  • Sydney Above Normal

  • Halifax Above Normal

  • Yarmouth Above Normal

  • Charlottetown Above Normal

  • Fredericton Above Normal

  • Gaspe Above Normal

  • Quebec City Above Normal

  • Montreal Above Normal

  • Ottawa Above Normal

  • Toronto Above Normal

  • Windsor Above Normal

  • Sudbury Above Normal

  • Thunder Bay Above Normal

  • Winnipeg Near Normal

  • Brandon Near Normal

  • Churchill Near Normal

  • Regina Near Normal

  • Saskatoon Near Normal

  • Calgary Near Normal

  • Red Deer Near Normal

  • Edmonton Near Normal

  • Fort McMurray Below Normal

  • Prince George Below Normal

  • Vancouver Below Normal

  • Victoria Below Normal

  • Iqaluit Above Normal

  • Yellowknife Below Normal

  • Whitehorse Below Normal


Precipitation

Most of the country will see precipitation that will be above the seasonal average.


City Forecast

  • St. John's Near Normal

  • Corner Brook Above Normal

  • Labrador City Above Normal

  • Sydney Above Normal

  • Halifax Above Normal

  • Yarmouth Above Normal

  • Charlottetown Above Normal

  • Fredericton Above Normal

  • Gaspe Above Normal

  • Quebec City Near Normal

  • Montreal Near Normal

  • Ottawa Near Normal

  • Toronto Near Normal

  • Windsor Near Normal

  • Sudbury Above Normal

  • Thunder Bay Above Normal

  • Winnipeg Near Normal

  • Brandon Near Normal

  • Churchill Above Normal

  • Regina Near Normal

  • Saskatoon Above Normal

  • Calgary Above Normal

  • Red Deer Above Normal

  • Edmonton Above Normal

  • Fort McMurray Above Normal

  • Prince George Above Normal

  • Vancouver Above Normal

  • Victoria Above Normal

  • Iqaluit Above Normal

  • Yellowknife Above Normal

  • Whitehorse Near Normal

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