National Forecast for May 27

Posted by Christopher Poitras on Sunday, May 27, 2018
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The Maritimes will see a very sunny Sunday, however Newfoundland and Labrador will still see a rain/snow mix for tomorrow. 

Central Canada will see a mainly sunny Sunday, with average temperatures.

The Prairies will see a very Sunny Sunday, with some areas reaching 30 degrees and above.  
  • Corner Brook NL - 10 degrees and a mix of sun and cloud.  
  • St John's NL - 5 degrees with rain/snow showers, clearing in the overnight hours. 
  • Halifax NS - 16 degrees with a mainly sunny sky.  
  • Charlottetown PE - 13 degrees with a mainly sunny sky.  There is a frost advisory for the city of Charlottetown.  
  • Fredericton NB - 18 degrees and a completely sunny day.  There is a frost advisory for the city of Fredericton.  
  • Montreal QC - 22 degrees with a 30% chance of showers.  
  • Ottawa ON - 25 degrees and a 40% chance of T-showers. 
  • Toronto ON - 28 degrees with a mix of sun and cloud.  
  • Thunder Bay ON - 25 degrees with a mainly sunny sky.  
  • Winnipeg MB - 31 degrees with a mix of sun and cloud. 
  • Regina SK- 26 degrees with a completely sunny sky. 
  • Saskatoon SK - 24 degrees with a completely sunny sky.  
  • Edmonton AB - 27 degrees with a mainly sunny sky.  
  • Calgary AB - 26 degrees with a completely sunny sky.  
  • Vancouver BC - 21 degrees with a cloudy morning, and a sunny afternoon/evening. 
  • Iqaluit NU - Minus 2 degrees with a 60% chance of flurries. 
  • Yellowknife NT - 14 with a mainly cloudy morning/early afternoon.  Leading to a 60% chance of T-showers in the evening. 
  • Whitehorse YT - 12 degrees and a 40% chance of showers.  



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