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Weather Network Forecasts a Mild Fall with a Steady Transition to Winter

Weather Network Forecasts a Mild Fall with a Steady Transition to Winter

By Alanna Rizza, The Canadian Press

Fall Leaves
Park workers use a tractor with an industrial leaf blower to pile up fall leaves at High Park, in Toronto on Monday, Oct. 28, 2013. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette)

Canadians can expect to enjoy a full fall season with a steady transition to winter over the next two months, The Weather Network forecasts.

The network is predicting that winter won’t come early this year and that Canadians will get to experience an overall mild fall from now until the end of November.

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This Summer Will Be Slightly Warmer Than Last Year’s, Meteorologist Says

This Summer Will Be Slightly Warmer Than Last Year’s, Meteorologist Says

By The Canadian Press

Horses Sunset
Horses graze on a ranch as sprinklers water the pasture at sunset near Midway, B.C., on Saturday, May 12, 2018. One of Canada’s most high-profile weather forecasters says that while spring may have been slow to start, it will be a hot summer throughout much of the country. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck)

One of Canada’s most high-profile weather forecasters says that while spring may have been slow to start, it will be a hot summer throughout much of the country.

The Weather Network says the season’s forecast calls for a slightly warmer version of last year’s summer in most parts of Canada.

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Winnipeg ‘Guaranteed’ to Have White Christmas Along with Frigid Temperatures

Winnipeg ‘Guaranteed’ to Have White Christmas Along with Frigid Temperatures

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People push a stuck car after two days of snow in Winnipeg, Wednesday, December 7, 2016. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods)

Depending on where you live in Canada, your dreams of having a white Christmas may come down to the wire.

Aside from precipitation on the ground to beautify the holiday season, The Weather Network’s Holiday Snow Report is forecasting one of the coldest Christmases in quite some time for parts of Canada.

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Colder-Than-Normal Weather to Continue Through March: Weather Network Forecast

Colder-Than-Normal Weather to Continue Through March: Weather Network Forecast

By Michelle McQuigge, The Canadian Press

Toronto Snow
People clear snow from their sidewalks and streets after a large amount of snow fell in Toronto on Monday, February 2, 2015. Looking to break out of winter’s icy clutches? The Weather Network has some bad news — you’re stuck in a frigid embrace for a while longer. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette)

TORONTO – Looking to break out of winter’s icy clutches? The Weather Network has some bad news — you’re stuck in a frigid embrace for a while longer.

The network says bitter cold and record snowfalls that have made this a tough winter across most of the country means spring weather will be a while in coming.

Chief meteorologist Chris Scott says the network’s spring outlook is calling for a colder-than-normal month of March from Alberta and all points east.

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Another Deep Winter Freeze for Manitoba, Forecaster Predicts

By Sarah Klein

Winter Outlook 2014 - The Weather Network
Below normal winter temperatures are predicted for Manitoba. (THE WEATHER NETWORK)
Winter Outlook 2014 - The Weather Network
Precipitation forecast for this winter showing above normal snowfall in eastern Canada. (THE WEATHER NETWORK)

WINNIPEG — The good news (if you can find any) about the upcoming winter season is Manitoba looks to be on track for near normal precipitation. The bad news? It’s going to get really, really cold.

The Weather Network released their winter outlook Tuesday, painting the picture for how the frigid season will play out throughout the country.

The Prairie provinces should expect below normal temperatures, with most areas stretching from Alberta east to Manitoba to see near normal precipitation, except for the extreme southern part of Alberta which will be below normal.

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Cold, Windy Conditions for Halloween Night in Manitoba

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(Halloween image via Shutterstock)

If you’re dressing up as Mary Poppins for Halloween on Friday, you may want to leave the umbrella at home.

The Weather Network has come out with its forecast for the “spookiest night of the year,” preparing Canadians coast-to-coast for the conditions in their area as kids hit the street to collect their sugary loot.

Dry conditions, but with a brisk wind, will make their way into the prairie provinces for Halloween night across Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

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No Snow in Store for Halloween: Forecasters

Halloween Trick-or-TreatersHalloween is exactly one week away. Besides kids planning their costumes, they may also want to think about how to dress for the weather.

The annual candy-filled trek up city streets to collect as many sugary treats as possible is typically on the colder side of things weather-wise.

The Weather Network has come out with their Halloween night weather outlook for the country, giving Canadians a look at what to expect on October 31.

“We know weather is a major factor when choosing your kids’ costumes and it’s important to us to let parents know what to expect before they send their little ghosts and goblins out trick-or-treating,” said Dayna Vettese, meteorologist at The Weather Network. “Near the end of October, weather tends to be changeable and variable from coast to coast as fall is a season of drastic transitions.”

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