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2009 Summer Provincial Outlook


May 22, 2009 — Spring has been a roller coaster ride of temperature and precipitation. Summer looks to be more of the same. Find out what the summer will be like where you are.

RegionTemperature OutlookPrecipitation Outlook
British ColumbiaBelow for Central coastal BC. Near normal elsewhere.Above normal in north and central coastal areas, near normal elsewhere.
AlbertaAbove normal to the northern of the province. Near normal elsewhere.Below to near normal across the province.
SaskatchewanNear normal for most of the province. Above normal in the southeast tip of the province.Below normal across the province.
ManitobaAbove normal for the southern. Near normal elsewhere.Near normal
OntarioAbove for northwest and southern Ontario. Near normal elsewhere.Above for the southern of the province. Near normal elsewhere.
QuébecAbove normal for the southern. Near normal elsewhere.Above normal for the southern. Near normal elsewhere.
The Maritimes and Newfoundland & LabradorNear normal.Near normal for northern New Brunswick and Newfoundland. Above normal for Nova Scotia, P.E.I, and the rest of the New Brunswick province.
Yukon, Northwest Territories, NunavutAbove for the Yukon and western regions of Territories including the city of Yellowknife. Below normal for most regions of Nunavut. Near normal elsewhere.Below normal for western regions of Territories including the city of Yellowknife. Near normal elsewhere.

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