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Alberta

Updated Summer Forecast: Heat Expected to Dominate Ontario, Manitoba…


2018 Canada Summer Outlook and Higlights Depicted Below —- July and August

Key Highlights

– Heat Builds for Northern, Southwestern, Southern, Central and Eastern Ontario and Southern Quebec Beginning June 29th.

– Many Canadians are Expected to Receive a Warm or Hot July 1st (Canada Day!).

– Unusually Dry for Ontario and Quebec.

– Intermittent Rounds of Isolated Severe Thunderstorms for MB, ON, and QC.

– Decently Warm for SK and AB; Some Periods of Very Warm to Hot Weather.

– Wet BC Coast; Warmer and Drier Interior.

– Newfoundland and Labrador Likely to be Disappointed this Summer Due to Cooler and Wetter Conditions.

– ‘Bone-Dry’ for the Yukon, NWT, and Nunavut.

*Some Potential for Record-Breaking Heat (the Upper 30s) for Parts of ON and Parts of QC for the Last Week of July or 1st Week of August.

Brief Discussion

We at TCW are expecting overall, the country to be slightly above seasonal for the majority of the two months. We expect consistent heat to surge into Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. While the heat will be slightly less humid as is typical, the heat will be quite consistent for the months of July and August.

It is expected that Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec will be quite dry for these two months, but, become inundated with intermittent days of isolated severe thunderstorms as a result of day-time heating.

The Maritimes are expected to warm-up as the summer progresses, while Newfoundland and Labrador is expected to remain cool and somewhat wet.

Saskatchewan and Alberta will have a few periods of hot weather (especially Saskatchewan), however temperatures will overall, be more warm to very-warm than hot.

British Columbia will remain seasonal and wet near the immediate coast, with the interior being drier and a few degrees above seasonal.

The Yukon, NWT and Nunavut will be slightly above seasonal and very dry.

– TCW

Alberta

Beautiful Weather Arrives in Alberta and British Columbia

Temperatures soar above freezing today in the Rockies and Foothills – including Banff, Jasper and Calgary. Double-digit highs for Lower Mainland and Southern Interior British Columbia today and Tuesday. Dense fog this morning in Southeast Alberta degrades to abundant sunshine.

A broad area of high pressure combined with plentiful sunshine, and light changeable winds, will send temperatures soaring above freezing today and Tuesday across Southern British Columbia and Southern Alberta.

Overnight-lows in Calgary, Red Deer, Airdrie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat – and much of Southern Alberta were close to or below negative 10c. The same locales today will be in the upper single digits. The warm above seasonal weather will persist into Tuesday. Temperatures will (once again) fall well below freezing tonight, quickly rising into the upper single digits Tuesday Afternoon. Pleasant temperatures are expected to persist for much of the week.

Much of the same conditions is expected for Southern British Columbia. Locales in the Lower Mainland – including Abbotsford can expect highs in the teens today.

Forecast daytime-high temperatures Monday, March 12, 2018. Zoom-in on mobile to navigate to your location. Courtesy of darksky.net

Forecast daytime-high temperatures Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Zoom-in on mobile to navigate to your location. Courtesy of darksky.net

It will be an excellent day to get outside and enjoy some needed sunshine. If you like this story, share the ‘warm weather’ with your friends and family!

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– TCW

Ontario

Above Seasonal and Abundant Sunshine for Southern Ontario


An area of high pressure south of the border is expected to move eastwards on Monday and cement its presence until Wednesday, thereby keeping tempestuous weather at bay.

Beginning Monday, February 26th, abundant sunshine is expected to spread and flourish across the entire region giving residents a “taste” of spring weather.

While temperatures on Monday are expected to reach the upper single-digits, on Tuesday and Wednesday, residents can welcome temperatures into the low-teens. On the contrary, temperatures will be sliced in half on Thursday and thereafter for the foreseeable future.

High Temperatures for Southern Ontario on Monday.

High Temperatures for Southern Ontario on Tuesday [and Wednesday].

This short period of above seasonal temperatures are expected to cause further concern regarding relevant regions impacted by flooding. It is important to remain diligent and refrain from close presence near high rivers and fast-moving waters.

Now, get outside and lets welcome these temperatures together!