National Forecast - Monday June 18th

Posted by Christopher Poitras on Sunday, June 17, 2018
Brown Field and Blue Sky

Atlantic Canada will see a mainly cloudy Monday, that will lead to overnight showers. 

Central Canada will see a very hot and Stormy Monday, with very high Humid-ex values, and chance for Severe T-Storms

The Prairies will see a very sunny Monday with above average temperatures.  




Labrador City NL - 16 degrees with rain or drizzle, this will lead to a 60% chance for overnight showers.  

Corner Brook NL - 12 degrees with rain.  

St. John's NL - 10 degrees with increasing cloudiness, this will lead to periods of rain in the overnight hours.  

Halifax NS - 23 degrees with a mainly cloudy sky, this will lead to showers overnight.  
 

Charlottetown PE - 25 degrees with a 30% chance for showers, this will lead to overnight showers.  


Fredericton NB - 28 degrees with a 30% chance for T-showers, this will lead to showers in the overnight hours.  



Quebec QC - 24 degrees with T-showers.  This will clear out in the evening/overnight hours.  

Montreal QC - 26 degrees with T-showers, this will lead to showers in the overnight hours.  

Ottawa ON - 27 degrees with T-showers, this will lead to a 60% chance for overnight showers.  

Toronto ON - 31 degrees with T-showers, leading to a 60% chance for overnight showers.  

Thunder Bay ON - 25 degrees with a mainly sunny sky.  


Winnipeg MB - 28 degrees with complete sunshine. 

Regina SK - 25 degrees with a mainly sunny sky.  

Saskatoon SK - 27 degrees with complete sunshine.  

Calgary AB - 21 degrees with a mix of sun and cloud.

Edmonton AB - 28 degrees with complete sunshine.

Vancouver BC - 26 degrees with a completely sunny sky.  

Victoria BC - 28 degrees with a completely sunny sky.  


Iqaluit NU - 4 degrees with a mix of sun and cloud, this will lead to a 30% chance for showers in the overnight hours.  

Yellowknife NT - 21 degrees with a mix of sun and cloud. 

Whitehorse YT -  23 degrees with a mainly cloudy sky, this will lead to a clear sky in the overnight hours.  



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