There’s good news on the horizon for sun-seekers! Canada’s spring weather forecast just dropped and it looks like March is going to be pretty warm across the country.
On Monday, March 1, The Weather Network released their predictions for the season ahead, promising that the month will be “a delightful contrast to the frigid February experienced by many Canadians.”
In most regions, including Central and Atlantic Canada, normal and above-normal temperatures are expected over the next couple of months.
The Prairies can expect a “dramatically warmer” March with well below normal snowpack, meaning a reduced risk of flooding.
That said, it’s not all good news, as the weather report predicts that the spring season will “sputter at times,” particularly in western Canada.
In Northern Canada, it will be more chilly than usual at this time of year, particularly for southern Yukon.
However, eastern Nunavut and Iqaluit can expect relatively temperate conditions for the majority of the season.
The whole country should still prepare for “parting shots” from the winter season, warns the report, with temperatures expected to dip on occasion to the cooler side of normal.