Fall in Canada and precipitation below normal, forecast The Weather Network

Meteorologists at MétéoMédia expect a very pleasant autumn season by November in several parts of Canada.

Forecasts on Wednesday add that there will eventually be a transition to more typical weather conditions with autumn storms and a taste of winter across the country in November.

André Monette, Meteorology Service Manager at MétéoMédia, said that conditions and precipitation near normal are expected in Ontario and Quebec this fall, with a number of dry, hot days.

Both extremes of the country, British Columbia, Alberta and southeastern Maritimes, will be able to enjoy temperatures above normal, in line with the very hot summer in these areas. Elsewhere, mercury will be closer to normal for eastern Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the territories.

The usual rainfall conditions for the period will return to British Columbia after a summer marked by historic forest fires. Only the southern Prairies will experience precipitation below normal.

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