Not that it is officially autumn, according to the Farmers’ Almanac, we Canadians are in for a colder-than-normal, “teeth-chattering” one, with below-average temperatures in most of the country. The forecast predicts that for the prairies and northwestern Ontario, temperatures will be far below seasonal averages during the 2018-19 winter. Temperatures will be coldest in February 2019, “when -40 C, or even -45 C, may be possible.” February will also be colder than normal in Quebec and eastern Ontario. While most of the country is expected to receive a normal amount of snow and precipitation, the area around the Great Lakes, which could see a bit more than usual.
(Source: Huffpost; Image: pexels.com)