The Canadian Press

2015-06-02 | WEA Summer Outlook

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Wonder what this summer's forecast will look like? The Weather Network suggests some hints for the future lie in the past. The network's summer outlook says that conditions across Canada will be very similar to the ones that prevailed during the same time in 2014. Chief meteorologist Chris Scott says there's one major exception - warmer water in the Pacific ocean is expected to result in an unusually quiet Atlantic hurricane season. (Scott says Atlantic Canada will experience typical summer temperatures, while conditions are expected to be warmer than average in British Columbia and cooler than normal in Ontario and Quebec.)

Date: 2015-06-02
Placeline: OAKVILLE, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << hurricanes love heat so they're more likely to develop in the Pacific as opposed to the Atlantic and because they'll be so much activity in the Pacific when you have all this are going up in producing clouds and precipitation in one part of the tropics it's generally going to descend in the other part >>


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