Canada's Thanksgiving Forecast Is Out & We're Getting Everything From Scorching Heat To Snow

As we approach Thanksgiving in Canada, the long weekend forecast is out now and it shows that there's a huge weather divide in the country.

According to The Weather Network, the holiday weekend will have pretty much everything from mild temperatures, chilly conditions, sunshine, rain to even snow — just not in the places you might expect.

British Columbians should prepare for the coolest Thanksgiving in over a decade since temperatures at the airport sank to 12 C in 2008. Alberta's not excluded either as an approaching frontal system means there's snow in the air to be followed by chilly winds. Calgarians, beware: your formal family dinners might include a snowsuit or two!

The Prairies, on the other hand, could see above seasonal temperatures with the threat of stormy weather. It's not often that thunderstorms roll in at this time of the year, according to The Weather Network, but at least it should distract from boring dinner talk.

Things keep getting hotter the further east you go, and temperatures are expected to reach the 20s across northern Ontario — in fact, Hudson Bay will be hotter than Mexico this weekend! The warmth extends into Quebec too so winter could feel like a very distant threat indeed.

Atlantic Canada is also getting a bit of heat — 19 C in Moncton and 18 C in Halifax — but it's a bit cloudier and St. John's is in for rain and clouds. Might as well enjoy it, though, since winter is just around the corner and things are gonna get snowy!

This New Canada Winter Forecast Has A Sneak Peek At Spring & The Cold Isn't Going Anywhere

Some parts of the country could get treated to mild weather though. 👀

This new Canada winter forecast has details about what to expect from the beginning of spring if you're already sick of the winter season (even though it hasn't officially started yet).

The Weather Network recently released predictions for the snowy season but also revealed a look ahead to spring that lays out a big divide across the country between cold temperatures and mild weather.

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Canada's Weather Is Going To See A Major Shift In December & Here's How Wintry It Will Get

The holidays are expected to have "consistent winter weather" in some parts of the country.

If you're not a fan of winter, you might not like this, because Canada's weather is going to undergo a major shift that brings "consistent winter weather" to many parts of the country during December.

The Weather Network has released its winter forecast for Canada and there are predictions for how winter weather will play out in the final month of the year through the holidays and into 2022.

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Canada's Latest Winter Forecast Just Dropped & We're In For 'Weather Whiplash'

One region will experience frigid conditions, while others are in for toasty temps! 🥶🥵👇

If you’ve been feeling prepared for the upcoming season, think again! Canada’s latest winter weather forecast has warned that we’re in for a "winter weather whiplash" and temperatures are going to be turbulent. Eek!

On Monday, November 29, The Weather Network shared its official predictions for the upcoming season, which includes December, January and February.

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Canada Is Dropping Restrictions For Some Essential Travellers Crossing The US Border

Eligible flood-affected B.C. residents and workers will be exempt. 👇

The federal government has confirmed that some travellers and workers will be temporarily permitted to bypass Canada's travel restrictions if they're visiting the U.S. for essential reasons.

On Sunday, November 21, the Canada Border Services Agency said that "travellers and essential workers who must travel to or through the USA for essential reasons (food, fuel, supply chains) are exempt from testing and quarantine requirements."

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