The Canadian PressAugust 27, 2013 06:10
OAKVILLE, Ont. - Canadians are in store for a typical fall with extended stretches of fair weather and bouts of wetness, according to one of the country's leading forecasters.
The Weather Network, which released its forecast for September, October and November on Tuesday, predicts a normal season with an expected wide range of temperatures as the country transitions into winter.
The prediction of average weather for fall "doesn't mean it's boring," said chief meteorologist Chris Scott, pointing to large thunderstorms that could erupt during the season.