If you thought that it felt cooler than usual so far this month, you’re definitely not alone.
The first week of June in Ontario has had “cooler than usual temperatures” dominating the region, according to The Weather Network.
Data from The Weather Network shows that so far this June, while some parts of the country have been receiving weather similar to Ontario, others, like Newfoundland, for example, have already welcomed much warmer temperatures.
However, don’t let the previous weather discourage you, The Weather Network says Ontarians can look forward to much warmer weather in the coming days, as the region will have a “spectacular summer-like weekend with sunshine for much of the region.”
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According to The Weather Network, temperatures across southern Ontario will be around the low to mid-20s this weekend, with temperatures locally cooler near the shores of the Great Lakes.
But in typical Ontario fashion, this dose of warm weather will be short-lived, cooler temperatures will return to the region by mid-June.
Unfortunately, things don’t get much better as we dive into late June, and The Weather Network says we won’t see “any signs of an extended period with warmer than normal temperatures” from Manitoba to Atlantic Canada.
“However, the rest of June will still feature periods of pleasant late spring weather across this region – just not the hot summer weather that we often see this time of year,” reads the report.