AccuWeather’s Canada summer weather forecast released

May the Ontario and Quebec communities pick up fragments as follows: Deadly storm It left thousands No power supplyAccording to new forecasts from AccuWeather, the region is expected to continue to be rainy and warm during the summer season.

According to AccuWeather’s senior meteorologist Brett Anderson, parts of eastern Canada, from central and southern Ontario to western and southern Quebec, may have higher than normal levels of precipitation during the summer. I have. He said above-average levels of thunderstorms are expected to occur in the region.

“This may be a busy summer, especially in terms of heavy thunderstorms, from Windsor to Toronto to the Ottawa Corridor,” Anderson said as part of an analysis by a weather forecasting company.

In fact, according to AccuWeather, some parts of the country, including British Columbia and Primorskaya Oblast in Canada, can also have more than normal rain this summer. Summer annual forecast Released on Tuesday.

The climatological phenomenon, the La Niña phenomenon, is expected to play an important role in controlling which regions of Canada increase precipitation. Climate patterns are caused by long-term low sea surface temperatures in parts of the Pacific Ocean. This affects the direction and location of the north jet stream, which in turn affects precipitation.

Anderson said that as the humidity across Ontario and Quebec rises, so does the region’s humidity, indicating high levels of water vapor in the air. High humidity also helps to retain some of the heat encountered by these areas, as the air cannot cool rapidly as if it were dry.

“When the humidity rises, the nights are warmer than usual, but the daytime temperatures are closer to normal,” Anderson said.

The effects of increased humidity are especially noticeable in large cities. In large cities, the amount of pavement and buildings that release heat slowly usually traps more heat. However, the silver lining means that higher levels of precipitation than expected will reduce the risk of droughts and wildfires in the area.

Wetr than expected from the west

According to AccuWeather’s summer forecast, even areas of British Columbia may have more rainfall than usual.

“We expect more than normal rainfall in the north of the state and near-normal rainfall in the south,” Anderson said.

According to meteorologists, western Canada tends to be the most susceptible to the La Niña phenomenon. Jet streams are projected to bring more moisture in parts of Western Canada this summer, reducing the likelihood of wildfires in those areas.

“Given the current situation and the expected teleconnections, fire activity could be reduced this year, especially when compared to last summer,” Anderson said.

According to Anderson, temperatures are expected to drop this year compared to the hot, scorching conditions reported in 2021.Last summer the Canadians saw Record high temperature June 2021. The village of Lytton, British Columbia set a new record for high temperatures. 3 days in a rowSet the highest price ever June 29, 49.6C..

This year, residents can expect temperatures to approach normal in most parts of British Columbia. In Vancouver, for example, temperatures of 21-22 degrees Celsius are considered common from mid-July to late July.

In addition, rivers and streams can flow at or just above normal levels. According to Anderson, effluents that melt from snow layers in nearby mountains eventually flow into rivers and streams, helping them continue to flow to different parts of the state.

Prairie to Drought and Wildfire

In contrast to western Canada, Prairie Dry state Those that appeared in mid-May will continue until summer.

“Severe droughts that are ongoing and worsening in southern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan are likely to provide heat throughout the summer,” Anderson said.

Data from Canada’s drought monitors show an unusually drier state at the southernmost tip of Alberta and Saskatchewan.Southern Alberta in particular continues to face Extreme drought conditions..

According to Anderson, these ongoing conditions can lead to hotter-than-usual summers with spikes in temperatures throughout cities such as Calgary and Regina.

The combination of rising temperatures and dry ground paves the way for wildfires, Anderson said. When the ground is dry, the heat from the sun is more likely to be released into the atmosphere. As a result, the temperature is even higher and can be several degrees higher than it would be if the ground was moist.

“These dry and warm conditions are likely to increase the risk of large, rapid fires throughout southern Prairie,” Anderson said.

Some soils in southern Manitoba and southeastern Saskatchewan remain moist due to river flooding. The result of the recent storm.. This helps reduce some of the risks associated with high temperatures and wildfires, Anderson said. However, these moist conditions are unlikely to last during the summer.

“In the second half of summer, as the soil dries, the conditions can get drier and hotter,” he said.

Humidity on the east coast of Canada

According to AccuWeather, people in Primorskaya Oblasts of Canada are expected to be humid this summer. The higher the water temperature, the higher the temperature can be throughout the season.

“I have an average water temperature of about [1 to 2 C] Anderson said it was higher than normal in the Atlantic Ocean off Nova Scotia, “this will have warming and humidity effects on the surrounding area, especially at night.”

Meteorologists also point out trends in tropical activity in the region. Above-average water temperatures in the Atlantic Ocean can increase the risk of tropical cyclones coming into contact with bases in the Atlantic Ocean of Canada.I already have a report Very active hurricane season This year’s Atlantic Basin will be held in summer and early autumn.

This is because the weather summer is set to start on June 1st. The official start of summer, also known as the summer solstice, begins on June 21st.

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