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Summer Forecast 2019: Another Sizzler On Tap?

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2019 Canadian Summer Forecast

Will summer 2019 be a repeat of 2018’s hot, steamy sizzler?

Summer arrives Friday, June 21, 2019, at 11:54 a.m. EDT. This is the date of the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year in terms of daylight. What’s in store for summer weather?

According to the 2019 Canadian Farmers’ Almanac, summer should bring humid and showery weather to much of the East with near-normal temperatures. However, a northeasterly wind might keep Newfoundland and Labrador somewhat chilly.

The Prairies will be warm to hot, with the heat occasionally tempered by a shower or gusty thunderstorm.

British Columbia will be drier than normal and will see temperatures close to normal.

Farmers' Almanac 2019 Canadian Summer Outlook map

2019 Canadian Summer Outlook

For a detailed zone by zone forecast, visit our Long-Range Weather page.

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3 comments

1 Ginger Roell { 04.25.19 at 10:21 pm }

Would like all of the good information Farmers Almanac provides. Thank you!

2 Susan Higgins { 04.26.19 at 2:01 pm }

Hi Joanne, you can check out our long-range forecast for your zone (Zone 5) here: https://www.farmersalmanac.com/long-range-weather-forecast/south-central-us/

3 Joanne { 04.24.19 at 6:24 pm }

Hi traveling to Fort Wayne In. late July early August from Texas. Any idea what the weather will be traveling?

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