After this weekend, you might be thinking winter is here to stay.
But according to the people at The Weather Network—-that snow—–was just one of those things.
Forecaster Chris Scott says autumn can be a rollercoaster ride—-but—-after this—we should be getting into a pattern of what’s considered normal.
And he says—thats more of a “ride on the mild side.”
Lets hope he’s right. (photo credit–Newslocker)
The Weather Network: Fall 2018 Forecast
|Region||Temperature Outlook||Precipitation Outlook|
|British Columbia||Above normal||
Above normal north; below normal south; near normal central
|Alberta||Above normal; Near normal northeast||Below normal south, near normal elsewhere|
|Saskatchewan||Near normal; above normal south||Below normal southwest; near normal elsewhere|
|Manitoba||Near normal; above normal southwest||
|Ontario||Near normal; slightly above normal south||Near normal; below normal northeast near James Bay|
|Québec||Below normal north; above normal south||Near normal south and north; below normal central|
|The Maritimes and Newfoundland & Labrador||Above normal; near normal central and northern Newfoundland; Below normal Labrador||Near normal; locally above normal southwest; below normal southern Labrador|
|Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut||Above normal Yukon and western NWT; below normal Nunavut||Above normal Yukon & western NWT; Near normal elsewhere|