Mild, dry fall forecast for B.C.
TORONTO — One of Canada’s most high-profile forecasters is projecting comparatively mild temperatures and dry conditions for much of Canada this coming fall.
The Weather Network says temperatures are expected to be near or above seasonal norms from coast to coast, with only momentary flashes of prospective winter conditions.
Chief meteorologist Chris Scott says the outlook is similar for precipitation.
Most regions are on course to receive rainfall in line with seasonal averages.
Scott said fall temperatures are expected to exceed seasonal norms in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, western Manitoba, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories.