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Sure, summer has arrived and we’ve already experienced some glorious sun-filled days, but it’s not something we should get used to.
According to The Weather Network, we can expect fluctuating temperatures across the region, with “less extreme heat compared to last summer.”
“Across southern areas we expect that the back and forth swings in temperature will come close to offsetting each other, while northern areas are expected to tip to the cool side of seasonal,” reads the latest summer forecast from The Weather Network.
But luckily, we can look forward to the “trend” of a warm September with “above normal temperatures expected throughout the region.”
This summer, we can expect humid and rainy weather, as an “active and stormy pattern is expected.”
The Weather Network says this will especially affect the southern areas of the province, where a heightened risk for thunderstorms and severe weather, especially flash flooding is expected.
However, northern areas are more at risk of drier temperatures.
But, heading into the new month, we can look forward to temperatures in the high 20s, with the coldest days expected to reach 24ºC and the warmest at 28ºC.
So it’s safe to say, things could definitely be worse…