According to The Weather Network outlook, a seasonal to warm summer is expected across the country. Eastern BC, the western Prairie provinces and much of Atlantic Canada have the greatest chance of seeing above normal temperatures and extended periods of warm conditions. With the warmth out west will come near normal precipitation with pockets of drier than average weather. The east will see near average precipitation though southern Ontario, the upper St. Lawrence and the Atlantic Seaboard could become more active.
See below for provincial and regional breakdowns.
Temperatures in British Columbia are expected to be near normal for western sections and warmer than that for the east. Near normal precipitation is also expected with the possibility of drier than normal conditions in the extreme northeast.
Warmer than normal conditions are expected for most regions in Alberta. Precipitation is expected to average out near normal except for the northwest and southeast tips of the province where drier than normal conditions are expected.
Warmer than normal temperatures are forecast for regions near the Alberta/Saskatchewan border. Most areas will see near normal precipitation, but drier than normal conditions are expected in the far southwest in and around the Cypress Hills.
Near normal temperatures and precipitation are expected across Manitoba this summer.
It will average out to be a normal summer in terms of temperatures in Ontario. Near normal precipitation is likely for most of the province with wetter than normal conditions possible for communities close to the Lake Ontario lakeshore and ones along the Saint Lawrence River.
Near normal temperatures are expected across the province of Quebec. Wetter than normal conditions are a possibility for the southwest tip of the province with near normal precipitation expected elsewhere.
It will be a normal summer for temperatures and precipitation in New Brunswick, Labrador, the northern Peninsula in Newfoundland and western PEI counties. Above normal temperatures and precipitation are expected in Nova Scotia, most of Newfoundland and the eastern half of PEI.
Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut
The Far North of Canada will generally be near normal in terms of precipitation and temperature from the Yukon through the Northwest Territories through Nunavut. However, there will be a warmer and drier than average area straddling the southern borderlands between the Yukon and the NWT.
|City||Temperature Forecast||Precipitation Forecast||Average temperatures||Average Precipitation|
|Vancouver||Near normal||Near normal||High 21 |
|Calgary||Above normal||Near normal||High 22 |
|Edmonton||Above normal||Near normal||High 22 |
|Regina||Near normal||Near normal||High 25 |
|Saskatoon||Near normal||Near normal||High 24 |
|Winnipeg||Near normal||Near normal||High 25 |
|Thunder Bay||Near normal||Near normal||High 23 |
|Ottawa||Near normal||Above normal||High 25 |
|Toronto||Near normal||Above normal||High 26 |
|Montreal||Near normal||Above normal||High 25 |
|Fredericton||Near normal||Near normal||High 24 |
|Charlottetown||Above normal||Above normal||High 22 |
|Halifax||Above normal||Above normal||High 22 |
|St. John's||Above normal||Above normal||High 19 |
|Iqaluit||Near normal||Near normal||High 10 |
|Yellowknife||Near normal||Near normal||High 19 |
|Whitehorse||Near normal||Near normal||High 19 |