Mild, dry fall fore­cast for B.C.

Penticton Herald - - NEWS -

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.

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