After a spring that has lacked consistent warmth across most of Canada, many are wondering if the cool conditions will continue into summer.
With summer just around the corner, The Weather Network has released its forecast for the months of June, July, and August.
“A changeable summer is likely from the Prairies, through Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada, with less extreme heat compared to last summer. The weather pattern is likely to become stormy at times with above normal precipitation forecast for parts of Southern Ontario,” said Chris Scott, chief meteorologist at The Weather Network.
A humid and changeable summer is expected across Ontario with less extreme heat compared to 2019. Below normal for most of the province; near normal for southern parts of the province.
Complete summer forecast details are available at www.theweathernetwork.com/summer.