Posted by Christopher Poitras on Saturday, June 2, 2018
Atlantic Canada will see a very rainy Sunday, that will lead to overnight clearing.
Central Canada will experience a very stormy/rainy Sunday as well, and this region will overnight showers as well.
The Prairies will see a very reasonable Sunday, with average temperatures and a mainly sunny day. The exception would be BC, where they will see a very rainy Sunday.
Corner Brook NL - 3 degrees with a 60% chance of flurries.
St. John's NL - 4 degrees with a 60% chance of showers/drizzle.
Halifax NS - 11 degrees with a mainly sunny sky.
Fredericton NB - 16 degrees with a mainly sunny sky.
Charlottetown PE - 6 degrees with a clearing sky, leading to a sunny afternoon.
Montreal QC - 22 degrees with a sunny day, leading to a 40% chance of showers in the overnight hours.
Ottawa ON - 20 degrees and 60% chance for showers.
Toronto ON - 21 degrees with showers all day leading into the evening.
Thunder Bay ON - 13 degrees with showers, leading to clearing overnight.
Winnipeg MB - 19 degrees with a clearing sky, that will have plenty of sunshine in the afternoon.
Regina SK - 22 degrees with a completely sunny.
Saskatoon SK - 23 degree with a mainly sunny sky.
Calgary AB - 23 degrees with a mainly sunny morning, turning to a mainly cloudy afternoon/evening.
Edmonton AB - 23 degrees with increasing cloud, leading to a 60% chance of overnight showers.
Vancouver BC - 15 degrees with periods of rain all day, this will continue into the overnight hours.
Iqaluit NU - 1 degree with a 30% chance of flurries.
Yellowknife NT - 12 degrees with a mainly cloudy sky, leading to a overcast sky in the overnight hours.
Whitehorse YT - 14 degrees with a mainly cloudy sky.