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Happy Canada Day!

Happy Canada Day!

In 2019, Canada Day falls on Monday, July 1st.

What Is Canada Day?

Canada Day is observed on July 1 each year in Canada, celebrating the “birthday” of Canada—the July 1, 1867 enactment of the Constitution Act which united three British colonies into a new country called Canada. Memorial Day is observed together with Canada Day in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. This holiday commemorates the brave efforts of the veterans of that province, particularly those who served in World War I. Canadians also celebrate Remembrance Day in November, to honor all who served in the Canadian Armed Forces.

Canada Day 2019 Forecast

Here’s what we predicted for your holiday weekend, Friday, June 28th through Monday, July 1st. Did we get it right?

Newfoundland, Labrador
A showery, thundery weekend followed by muggy and showery conditions on Monday.

Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec
The weekend will see clearing skies and seasonal weather after early showers, especially over Quebec. Monday, expect showers and thunderstorms, which will bring clearer, cooler weather.

Very warm and humid, with thunderstorms spreading in from the west for the weekend; then clearing skies should spread across the whole of Ontario in time for Canada Day.

Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
Very warm and humid with thunderstorms most frequent from the Prairies east, then clear and warmer conditions for the Prairies and points west into the Rockies by the time Canada Day arrives.

British Columbia
A mixture of clouds and sun for the weekend, followed by fair and warm conditions for Canada Day festivities.

Don’t forget to visit our long-range forecasts to see the detailed predictions for your region.

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