Weekend Outlook

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Friday, August 10, 2018
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It is the weekend once again. Across most of Canada it will be a fairly nice weekend.

On Saturday most areas of Atlantic Canada will see clear skies, there is a chance of seeing some drizzle or some showers across the Avalon and the Burin Peninsula of Newfoundland. Temperatures on Saturday will be about 20 degrees across most of Newfoundland. Across the Maritimes, temperatures will be about 25 to 30.

Ontario and Quebec will be mostly a chance of seeing some showers and thunderstorms. Heat will continue throughout Southern Quebec and Southern Ontario with temperatures in the mid-to-high 20s.

Across the Prairie clear skies is expected. Across the Prairies temperatures will be anywhere from 30 to as much as 34 for Saturday.

British Columbia will also see nice weather. In British Columbia temperatures will be at about 20 for the South and about cooler for the North.

On Sunday we will see a similar setup with clear skies expected for Atlantic Canada Quebec and Ontario.

Temperatures across Eastern Canada on Sunday will be about 20 to 28 degrees for Newfoundland the Maritimes and for portions of Southern Quebec is about 25 to 30 degrees. 

We will see some showers across the central prairies Central Manitoba Central Saskatchewan and Southern and central Alberta could end up seeing some showers or some thunderstorms. Across western Canada temperatures will be cooler than Saturday however in southern portions of Manitoba and Southern Saskatchewan temperatures could exceed 35 degrees.

Southern BC will receive some much-needed rain and there's the possibility of seeing some thunderstorms.



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