The Weather Network Says Fall Will Be Warm And Dry

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The Weather Network has released their annual Fall Outlook and they predict temperatures will be near or above seasonal norms from coast to coast, with only brief flashes of wintery conditions. Chief Meteorologist Chris Scott says most regions will see rainfall in line with seasonal averages. Fantastic fall weather is expected to dominate mid and late September and continue well into October, providing more than the typical number of warm, sunny days. Shots of cooler air are still inevitable as we head towards November and we can expect a return to a typical late fall pattern with classic fall storms. The Great Lakes region to southern Quebec will see a break from the active wet weather pattern that dominated the spring and summer seasons. Extended periods of warm and dry weather are likely, but totals for the season are expected to be near normal due to an increase in active weather later in the season with the potential for a couple systems to tap into subtropical moisture and bring heavy rainfall.

To read the full outlook, visit: The Weather Network


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