The Spring Forecast For Nova Scotia Is Out And It Looks Good

The spring forecast for many areas of Canada including Nova Scotia is out and ours looks good!

The Weather Network has released its Spring Forecast and says that highly impactful storms don’t necessarily paint a true picture of what a season is. Winter was a mild season across our region with above average temperatures.

Nova Scotia Spring Forecast

Above normal temperatures will continue into the spring. The Weather Network reminds us that Spring is a transitional period and temperature averages increase significantly from March to May.

Precipitation is going to be near normal for the majority of Nova Scotians with slightly above normal amounts for the Bay of Fundy region and Amherst areas.

Don’t forget though, Winter will likely take some parting shots before it leaves us completely.

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