The Weather Network has released its Fall forecast for Canada and what to expect for the next three months.
TWN suggests that Western Canada can expect the arrival of consistently cold weather to be temporarily delayed. It also suggests that here in B.C., we can expect above-normal precipitation.
B.C. can expect near-normal temperatures for fall across most of the province, with southern areas being slightly warmer than normal. Fall storms and rainy days are expected, with some moisture-laden systems bringing a heightened risk for excessive rainfall at times, with some mild temperatures expected for the end of fall and into December.
The rest of the country is expected to see normal or above normal temperatures, with the warmest weather happening from Ontario to Newfoundland. These provinces can also expect a pattern reversal late in the season, giving a quicker start to winter for Ontario, Quebec, and parts of the Maritimes.
More information on the Fall Forecast for the country can be found on its website.
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