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Cold and stormy winter predicted for most of Canada

Cold and stormy winter predicted for most of Canada

India Blooms News Service | 24 Nov 2016, 05:21 am
Toronto, Nov 23 (IBNS): Cold and possibly stormy winter for most of Canada has been predicted by the Weather Network, CTV News reported.

Chief meteorologist Chris Scott said this winter's cold weather would be unlike last year's comparatively mild temperatures.

Scott said the places in the centre of Canada such as Saskatchewan, Manitoba, most of Ontario and western Quebec would be coldest in contrast to their average winter temperatures.

Scott added the temperatures will not be constant, some days may be colder than average, and others warmer.

Places in the North like the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Yukon and parts of northern Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador are expected to be always warmer than normal, said Scott.


(Reporting by Asha Bajaj)

Cold and stormy winter predicted for most of Canada

India Blooms News Service
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