Prairie Weather? Indian Summer? - Wilderness North

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Prairie Weather? Indian Summer?

Graham Saunders WN weathermanWe have experienced some of the Prairie weather, with strong winds, cool temps, occasional showers, and scattered light frost. It is in great contrast to most of the summer but . . .  reality check . . . it is fall. We should expect a continuation of cool conditions and showers interspersed with some afternoons with sunny breaks. Afternoon seasonal temperatures are in the mid 50s F at this time of the year. Morning temperatures are not much above freezing.

At the moment, cooler-than-normal temperatures prevail across southern Canada, with warmer than usual both in most of the USA and Arctic regions of North America. Environment Canada and the Weather Network are predicting these conditions to prevail for the next two weeks.

I think we will see a return to seasonal and warmer about one week from now. Indian Summer is due.

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