Daily high temperatures will begin to drop as we head into September, but Atlantic Canadians can expect those temps to remain above normal for the time of year.
Canada’s Weather Network has released their long-term forecast for September and it’s pretty pleasant for our neck of the woods. We have to make it through a cooler period over the next few days before we can expect things to warm up.
The first day of fall begins September 22. When it comes to beyond fall, we’ll have to wait a few more weeks for a sneak peak at what winter may entail for the region.
With any luck the trend will continue into the winter. This year’s Old Farmer’s Almanac winter forecast says Atlantic Canada will experience above average temperatures, but expect lots of rain, sleet and snow.