Friday, 26 September 2014

Spectacular weekend forecast for Quebec & Ontario

L'Ile Perrot is starting to see the colours burst out. It will be a perfect weekend in Quebec and New England for checking out the foliage, picking apples or any outdoor activity. Enjoy it the showers and cooler weather return next week.
With the exception of overnight and early morning fog patches, it will be simply a spectacular weekend for late September. Strong high pressure will drift to our southeast allowing for a light southwesterly flow of warm air. The result will be wall to wall sunshine for the rest of Friday as well as the entire weekend. Temperatures will be well above normal with highs ranging from 25 to 27C (77-81F). The same forecast holds true for Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal and south into New York and New England. Overnight lows will be seasonable around 10C (50F) with fog developing in the typical spots.

Yesterday was a warm day right across the country with record heat in Manitoba and Saskatchewan in stark contrast to the snow and frost just 10 days ago. Estevan was the warmest place in the country at 34.4C (95F), while Assiniboia and Gravelbourg reached a record breaking 34C (94F). Regina and Moose Jaw broke records as well reaching 33C (92F). Cooler weather will arrive this weekend in western Canada and spread east by next week. Some showers will also arrive in our region by Monday.

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