With fall right around the corner, the Weather Network has released its outlook for autumn.
And it appears the warm trend will continue.
Meteorologists are forecasting above normal temperatures for Southern Ontario and near normal levels of precipitation in September, October and November.
The Weather Network says late summer weather is expected to linger into the fall season from the Great Lakes to Atlantic Canada, although we will still see temperature swings.
Chief Meteorologist Chris Scott says “We are expecting a stormier weather pattern to develop as we progress through the season, which could mean an early taste of winter for many regions.”
Fall arrives at 10:21 a.m. on September 22.