Warmer Than Normal Fall Expected Across Much of the Country

TORONTO—Don’t store away those cutoffs and sandals just yet; The Weather Network says there are still warm days to come this year. The network says in its fall forecast that much of Canada can expect some spells of warm temperatures in the next month or so, mixed in with the wide swings in weather the season typically brings. Chris Scott, chief meteorologist at The Weather Network, says many Canadians can expect above-normal temperatures and a typical number of rainy days. He says that September has so far brought in precipitation and cooler days to offer some relief to the blistering heat that led to devastating wildfires in B.C. and northern Ontario and parched conditions in the Prairies this summer. Scott says the cooler, wetter weather has put an end to the heightened fire risk that in some years continues into this month. “We were worried we would go through September, …

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