This summer will be warmer than the last two we’ve had.
The prediction comes from The Weather Network.
It says Southern Ontario will see cooler weather at times early in the summer, but overall we will receive near to above seasonal temperatures, especially during the second half of the season.
The Weather Network says it does not expect this to be an exceptionally hot summer, but we will have more 30 degree days compared to 2014 and 2015.
And it predicts above normal temperatures well past Labour Day.
Chief meteorologist Chris Scott says it’s not going to rain much more than average anywhere in the country, but when it rains, it’ll likely pour.