According to The Weather Network, we’re going to get to enjoy a FULL (although milder) fall season without interruption of an early winter.
TWN is predicting that winter won’t get here with an early surprise this year (insert happy dance), and that Canadians will get to experience a pretty mild fall from now until the end of November.
Chief Meteorologist Chris Scott says there will be a smooth transition in temperature through the fall months as we get closer to December. We can expect near normal or above normal temperatures for most of Canada.
So that sudden drop that happens when one day it’s a beautiful crisp fall afternoon, and the next there’s a snow storm, not going to happen.
Specifically for Ontario and Quebec, yes it has been hot and humid September so far but fall temperatures will be here over the next few weeks. Although they will be milder than what we’re used to for fall in Ottawa. If you’re looking forward to a Gatineau Hills hike to see the changing leaves, those colours are coming, they’ll just be a bit delayed.
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