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Canada’s Spring Weather 2018

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Canada’s Spring Weather 2018

All eyes are on the start of spring which officially arrive on Tuesday, March 20, 2018, at 12:15 pm EDT. So what can we expect for Canada’s spring weather?

According to our long-range overview, spring is going to take its time getting here and will turn out to be wet and cool for most places.

Here’s a quick at what you could expect this spring weather-wise:

Zone 1 Newfoundland & Labrador

  • Spring officially starts of with a tranquil “wintermission,” but another coastal storm brings showers as March slowly comes to an end
  • April will be stormy and windy
  • May continues to be unsettled with many storms forecasted
  • Spring ends on a seasonal note with less rain

Zone 2 Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick & Quebec

  • Stormy, windy start to spring
  • April starts off soggy (Easter umbrella needed), but has a few days of pleasant, promising spring-like days
  • May see average precipitation and temperatures
  • Spring ends on a pleasant note but may turn stormy as summer begins.

Zone 3 Ontario

  • Unsettled conditions may start the spring season off on a soggy note
  • April temperatures look seasonal with about average rainfall
  • A wet May may mess with Victoria Day Plans
  • Thunderstorms heat up as spring transitions into summer

Zone 4 Prairie Provinces

  • Spring arrives under fair skies and a decent end to March
  • Warm April  with average precipitation
  • May sees some build up of thunderstorms, some of which may be severe
  • June continues to be wet & stormy, but turns hot as the season ends

Zone 5 British Columbia

  • March’s wild weather continues with a fair start to spring, but quickly turning stormy as this month ends on a lion-like note
  • The first full month of spring will encourage you to get outside, with pleasant spring like temperatures and average rainfall
  • May looks stormy
  • June starts to heat up with warm to hot conditions predicted for the start of the summer season

Be sure to get more in-depth forecasts as well as check on the Victoria Day forecasts here.

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Looking for the US forecast? Get the spring forecast for the US.

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