Spring 2018 Outlook

Posted by Staff Writers on Friday, February 23, 2018

In Canada and the rest of the northern hemisphere, the first day of the spring season is the day of the year when the Sun crosses the equator moving northward on March 20th or 21st. This day is known as the Vernal Equinox.

This year the Vernal Equinox happens on Tuesday, March 20 at at 12:15 P.M. EDT.

The latest indications are the most of Canada will experience a cool Spring with temperatures below normal for most areas. 

Precipitation is expected to be near normal for most locations.

Here is a breakdown by city:

Location

Temperatures

Precipitation

St. John’s

Above Normal

Above Normal

Corner Brook

Below Normal

Above Normal

Labrador City

Below Normal

Near Normal

Sydney

Near Normal

Above Normal

Halifax

Above Normal

Above Normal

Charlottetown

Below Normal

Above Normal

Fredericton

Below Normal

Above Normal

Quebec City

Below Normal

Near Normal

Montreal

Below Normal

Near Normal

Ottawa

Below Normal

Near Normal

Toronto

Below Normal

Above Normal

Windsor

Near Normal

Above Normal

Sudbury

Below Normal

Near Normal

Thunder Bay

Below Normal

Near Normal

Winnipeg

Below Normal

Near Normal

Regina

Below Normal

Near Normal

Saskatoon

Below Normal

Near Normal

Calgary

Below Normal

Above Normal

Edmonton

Below Normal

Above Normal

Fort McMurray

Below Normal

Near Normal

Vancouver

Near Normal

Near Normal

Victoria

Near Normal

Near Normal

Prince George

Below Normal

Near Normal

Whitehorse

Below Normal

Below Normal

Yellowknife

Below Normal

Below Normal

Iqaluit

Below Normal

Below Normal



The Team

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