Fall is just around the corner, and there have been some cooler days lately, but summer weather will drag into September in most of Canada, according to the Weather Network.
Eastern Manitoba to Newfoundland, southern Alberta and parts of Saskatchewan can expect above average temperatures to continue as the fall season begins, says Chris Scott, director of meteorology at the Weather Network.
As the season progresses into October, the Weather Network forecasts a see-saw of cold spells interspersed with warm days until cool air eventually takes over late in the fall, possibly mid-November.
A warm Thanksgiving long weekend looks like a real possibility for many Canadians.
Scott says that while they can't quite predict that far in advance there will be at least some opportunities for enjoying the outdoors this fall across a good section of the country before things turn chilly.