Grab your sunglasses and your sunscreen, it’s going to be a hot and sunny summer in Canada! On Monday, The Weather Network released their Canada summer weather forecast for this year, and there’s some good news ahead. Canucks can expect heat waves, sunshine and high temperatures, but periodic breaks will keep it from getting too hot.\nIf you were planning to spend the summer lounging in your backyard, paddling on the lake and relaxing on the beach, The Weather Network has got some good news in store.\nAccording to their new Canadian summer forecast, it’s going to be a pleasant couple of months for most of the country, with June, July and August expected to be warm and sunny, without any “relentless heat.”\nJune is expected to have “spring-like” weather for the most part, with regular doses of mid-summer warmth and sunshine.\nBy July, more consistent hot conditions are likely to take over, with temperatures hovering at normal or above-normal levels for this time of year.\nIn places like southern Ontario and Quebec, heat waves are likely. Thankfully, however, regular cool breaks will prevent the temperatures from becoming too relentless.\nSounds almost perfect, right?!\nWondering what the sunny season has in store for your region?🌞🍉The day has finally arrived! Don't miss our #SummerForecast reveal, all day on TV and online: https://t.co/DgP8ScnQ7U @homedepotcanada pic.twitter.com/JmZ2gOelLm— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) June 1, 2020\nThroughout the course of the season, most Canadians should expect an average amount of rainfall.\nThat said, regions in the Prairies, northwestern Ontario and the Great Lakes should be prepared for “numerous” thunderstorms, and a little more rain than usual.\nWhile meteorologists expect parts of eastern Quebec and Atlantic Canada could be in for a pretty dry summer, an active tropical season is also on the horizon, which could bring “excessive rainfall” into these dry areas. This would help to bring the final rainfall total to near-normal again.\nView this post on Instagram It's a beautiful day and amazing views at Thommy Thompson Park. Whether you are a city dweller or not, there are many places to explore near the core. #exploretoronto #torontosummer #torontolife #torontodowntown #torontolifestyle #torontoclicks #torontoliving #torontophoto #homeistoronto A post shared by Jazza (@real_jazzto) on May 30, 2020 at 8:23am PDT\nHowever, like all good things, the summer must eventually come to an end. For folks in Alberta, B.C., Saskatchewan and Manitoba, this could be a little earlier than most.\nThe weather agency predicts that these provinces will experience a quicker end to the warm season, with cooler temperatures creeping back in by the end of August.\nWith thunderstorms, rainfall, dry conditions, early cold-temperatures and heat waves expected this summer, it sounds like Canada is in for a little bit of everything this year.\nThat said, with an overall warm and sunny summer on the horizon, we can't complain too much, eh?!