By now most Canadians are probably sick of this "nice" May weather. Unfortunately, Canada's summer forecast for 2020 isn't looking much better. the first day of the season is set to be rainy everywhere but one unexpected spot.\nAcross the country, the first day of summer is likely to bring showers with it. The only spot that's getting out without a soaking? According to the Farmer's Almanac, that would be the Northwest Territories.\nMeanwhile, the other provinces and territories are expected to start their warm, outdoor season with clouds and puddles.\nDespite the fact that Canadians were previously told they'd be in for a "good, beer-drinking summer," Environment Canada is predicting higher than average precipitation across the country to go along with higher than average temperatures.\nAll that beer-drinking might have to be done indoors (or at the very least, under an umbrella).\nOf course, as anyone probably knows living in a climate like the great white north, the weather can be fickle.\nThese predictions could end up going the other way, like when May was predicted to be nicer than April (Ontario's snowfall would beg to differ).\nAs of May 12, however, this is what the first day of summer (June 20) is predicted to look like across Canada.\nAtlantic Canada\nView this post on Instagram Beauty ! #awesome #weather #summer #stones #colorful #blue #sky #halifax #novascotia #canada #2020 #samsung #galaxys10plus #evening #sunset #ocean #seashore #beautiful A post shared by Deep Mistry (@language_of_lenses) on May 12, 2020 at 10:57am PDT\nWhile parts of the Maritimes and Newfoundland could experience the hot, dry weather everyone is claiming, some of the more northern regions, particularly Labrador, will get a rainy start to the season.\nEnvironment Canada is also predicting higher than normal levels of precipitation for the region from June to August.\nSouthern Quebec\nView this post on Instagram | 📷 • encore une belle photo de Montréal | #photography #photo #montreal #mtl #mtlmoments #mtlblog #blogger #instagram #quebec #city #cityphotography #landscape #canada #streetphotography #streetart #house #design #architecture A post shared by Camille (@cam_jnnt) on May 12, 2020 at 12:09pm PDT\nMontreal and Quebec City are predicted to get a fakeout by the Almanac. The day may start sunny, but it's expected to shift to thunderstorms later.\nTemperatures might be above normal for the region, but further north, they will be much higher than average.\nSouthern Ontario\nView this post on Instagram sʜᴏʀᴇsɪᴅᴇ sɪʟʜᴏᴜᴇᴛᴛᴇs 👥 A post shared by Amar Singh (@6ix.angle) on May 12, 2020 at 5:45am PDT\nToronto and the rest of the province's tip might have to put up with some showers, but at least it will be warm.\nSummer temperatures will be high, but Environment Canada is predicting the numbers near the Great Lakes to be a lot higher than average.\nThe Prairies\nView this post on Instagram For the last few years I had been tossing around the idea of leaving Vancouver and starting a new adventure out in Cow Town, a.k.a. Calgary. So finally I decided to take the leap and just do it. During this Covid pandemic I figured it was the right time to reinvent myself with new surroundings. As of June 1st I will be officially moved into what I may call someday my, “New Hometown”. To all my family, friends and clients who have always supported me and my decisions, Thank You! Although it may be a quick flight over, it is still an exciting but scary new journey. I may not know what lies ahead, especially during these hard times at the moment. But non of us do and that doesn’t stop us from making what we hope to be the right decision. Well to me, this is the right decision. Giddy Up! A post shared by ShaunMCritchley (@shauncritchley) on May 12, 2020 at 12:10pm PDT\nThe Farmer's Almanac predicts that Canada's major prairie cities are also in for some showers around June 20. What's worse is that further west, temperatures could actually start to get cooler.\nTemperatures will still be above average for June, July, and August, but not as high as other areas.\nSouthern British Columbia\nView this post on Instagram New Listing 🔥 806 158 W 13th- This beautiful, bright, SW facing, 2 bed, 2 bath +den corner suite has one of the best floor plans in building with sweeping views of Mt Baker, the ocean, downtown Vancouver & the Lions Gate Bridge. This 1077sqft well-appointed home combines a modern open concept plan. Stone counters, sleek cabinetry, a large outdoor patio great for bbq are just a few of the features that make this central Lonsdale condo a stand-out. Complete with storage & parking, this home has it all! Vista Place, is LEED silver, built by Intracorp. Amenities include a guest suite, gym, & party room. The extremely well run concrete building has an onsite caretaker & a healthy contingency fund. Conveniently located within walking distance to Whole foods, restaurants, library, parks, Lions Gate Hospital & all that Lonsdale has to offer! A post shared by Devon (@devonowen) on May 12, 2020 at 11:53am PDT\nVancouver usually gets the last laugh during winter when it avoids some of the worst the season has to offer. However, its start to summer is predicted by the Almanac to be filled with showers and cool weather.\nThat being said, from June to August, Environment Canada is predicting temperatures 60 to 70 percent higher than normal in the region.\nYukon Territories\nView this post on Instagram Evening reflections. Yukon River, the highway to the Bering Sea! #yukon #canada #canadastruenorth #wild #river #wilderness #getoutside #thegreatoutdoors A post shared by Ryan Leef (@yukonsouteredge) on May 12, 2020 at 10:50am PDT\nThe home of the Klondike gold rush is also predicted to see cool and rainy weather during June 20.\nHowever, southern regions could be looking at temperatures that are up to 60 percent higher than normal. Near the southern Alaska border, these temperatures could reach even higher.\nOver the summer, the northern areas could see precipitation levels reaching more than 50 percent above normal.\nNorthwest Territories\nView this post on Instagram “Be A Rainbow In Someone Else’s Cloud” ~ Maya Angelou 🌈⛰ . . . . . 📷: @ted.baird #rainbow #positivequotes #engagementday #themountainriver #nwt #naturesbeauty #rainbowsofinstagram #mackenziemountains #northwestterritories #canoetrip #tripofalifetime #rainbowphotography #mountainlife #bearainbow #positivevibes #rainyday #rainbowgram #bestdayever #naturephotography #beautifulcanada #canadiangirl #wildwoman #paddlelife #outdoorswoman #coloursoftherainbow #mayaangelou #tbt #throwbackthursday #adventurer #explorecanada A post shared by 𝐇𝐞𝐚𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐫 𝐁𝐚𝐢𝐫𝐝 (@heathersoutdooradventures) on Mar 26, 2020 at 11:16am PDT\nFinally, the only part of Canada that could be experiencing sunny weather on the first day of the season. The Almanac predicts the area seeing a hot, sunny day on June 20.\nLike the rest of the country, the region is expected to be hotter and rainier than normal for the summer.