Believe it or not, Summer is less than two months away. The official start of Summer this year is Friday, June 21 and that means that official predictions for the first day of Summer 2019 are here. Unfortunately, in some parts of Canada, these predictions may not be the good news we are hoping for.\nThe predictions come from the Old Farmer's Almanac, a respected source for weather predictions since their founding way back in 1792. They have issued their long-range forecasting for the upcoming month of May and for June for various regions all across Canada and the United States.\nThe long-range forecasts are broken down almost weekly, focusing on the temperature and the amount of rain we can expect to see on any given day. Thanks to this forecast we have an idea of what the first day of Summer, June 21, 2019, will look like weather-wise.\nOn top of that, the Old Farmer's Almanac also offers an annual weather summary for each region, given a general idea of what the seasons will look like. In their summary, the year goes from November 2018 to October 2019. Thanks to this summary we also have a broader idea of what summer as a whole will look like in each region this year.\nView this post on Instagram Another reason I love BC 🌷🥰 @hellobc A post shared by Trisha Macwan (@trishamacwan) on May 3, 2019 at 8:38am PDT\nHere's what Canadians can expect for Summer 2019:\nAtlantic Canada\nFirst Day of Summer: June 18 to 22 is expected to be cool with showers.\nSummer Predictions: In Atlantic Canada, the Old Farmer's Almanac says "Summer will be slightly cooler and drier than normal, with the hottest periods in early to mid-July and mid-August."\nThis region includes Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, PEI, and parts of Eastern Quebec.\nSouthern Quebec\nFirst Day Of Summer: June 15 to 24 will likely feature isolated thunderstorms and cooler weather.\nSummer Predictions: According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, "Summer will be slightly drier than normal, with near-normal temperatures. The hottest periods will be in late June and mid-August."\nThis region includes all of Southern Quebec, like Montreal, Quebec City, Sherbrooke, and Drummondville, among others. This region also includes the eastern parts of Ontario, like the Ottawa area and Kingston.\nSouthern Ontario Region\nFirst Day Of Summer: June 13 to 22 will likely bring scattered thunderstorms and cool temperatures in the eastern part of the region. It will be warm and sunny in the western part.\nSummer Predictions: The Old Farmer's Almanac says "Summer will be cooler and rainier than normal. The hottest periods will be from late June into early July and in early to mid-July and mid-August."\nThis region includes Toronto, Barrie, Windsor, Guelph, Oshawa, Sudbury, and Thunder Bay, among others.\nThe Prairies\nThe First Day Of Summer: June 14 to 21 will bring scattered thunderstorms to the prairies. It's expected to be hot in the east, but turning cold in the west.\nSummer Predictions: The Old Farmer's Almanac says "Summer will be drier than normal in the east and rainier in the west. Temperatures will be near normal, on average, with the hottest periods in early to mid-June, early and mid-July, and early August."\nThis region includes Alberta (Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, etc.), Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, Regina, etc.), and Manitoba (Winnipeg, Brandon, etc.).\nSouthern British Columbia\nThe First Day Of Summer: June 16 to 22 will be cool with some showers.\nSummer Predictions: According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, "Summer will be slightly cooler and drier than normal, with the hottest periods in mid- to late July and early to mid-August."\nThis region includes Abbotsford, Kelowna, Kamloops, Vancouver, Victoria, and Nanaimo, among others.\nYukon\nFirst Day Of Summer: June 18 to 22 will be sunny and warm.\nSummer Predictions: The Old Farmer's Almanac says "Summer will be rainier than normal, with near-normal temperatures. The warmest periods will occur in mid- to late June, mid- and late July, and early August."\nThis region includes the entirety of the Yukon territory.\nNorthwest Territories\nFirst Day Of Summer: June 21 to 30 will include a few showers, with the weather starting to turn a bit cooler.\nSummer Predictions: The Old Farmer's Almanac says that "Summer will be warmer and rainier than normal, with the warmest temperatures in early to mid-July and from late July into early August."\nThis region includes the entirety of the North West Territories.\nView this post on Instagram Eyes tired, legs cramped, tummy hungry and sick of beef jerky, some would complain but for me- it's all a part of the northern road trip experience. . . . . . . . . . . #parkscanada #ontario_adventures #ontarioparks #escapetoronto #jeep #jeepwrangler #4x4 #roughjeep #jeepforce #exploretocreate #itsajeepthing #ontarioforyou #ipulledoverforthis #campeveryday #takemoreadventures #wildernessnation #folkscenery #canadawonderful #outside_project #tourcanada #canoncanada #narcitycanada #naturephotography #discoveron #discoverontario #northernontario #lakesuperior #sharecangeo #thosewhostray #livelovecanada A post shared by Promise Ridge Stables (@leefalbo) on May 3, 2019 at 12:05pm PDT\nGiven this less than ideal news about Summer 2019, all Canadians can do now is hope that these particular predictions don't come true.