The latest weather forecast showed that Central Canada can expect this week a relief from the heat after residents experienced the unusual and prolonged warmer temperatures in the region.
The cooler weather outlook can be favorable for people with travel plans in Central Canada. Recently, NWN reported the cooler to freezing weather outlook in the Alberta Foothills, Banff, and Kananaskis.
Last week, the forecast noted that Ontario, Quebec and the Toronto Area could experience prolonged warmth due to the ridge of high pressure.
Cooler Weather Outlook in Central Canada
(Photo : NESDIS via NOAA Satellite View as of October 1, 2023)
NESDIS via NOAA Satellite View as of October 1, 2023. Cooler weather conditions are expected this week in Central Canada, bringing relief from the prolonged warmer temperatures in the region. There is also a chance of snow in high-elevated areas
As of October 2, the weather forecast showed that cloudy conditions are expected in the following areas in Canada:
- St. Johh’s
This week, a chance of light rain can unload in Prince George and Winnipeg. People with travel plans should monitor the weather due to possible rainy conditions.
In addition, an upper-level pattern brought a ridge of high pressure in Canada last week. However, residents can expect on Monday a cooler weather outlook.
Ontario can experience the weather pattern changes this week. According to the latest forecast, Eastern Ontario can anticipate a cooler outlook as temperatures can drop 15 to 20 degrees.
In the Toronto Area and Southern Ontario, a temperature drop is also expected. The arrival of the Fall Weather can unleash cooler air and chances of snow in Canada, which can unfold snowy conditions in Northeastern Ontario.
Chilly conditions will also occur in Quebec, Moosonee, Sudbury and Windsor.
Canada wildfires to bring moderate smoke to US
Canada has experienced raging wildfires that brought unhealthy levels of air to the US. This week, reports showed that Northeastern US and New York City can ancipate moderate smoke.
Record-challenging wildfires have emerged in Canada, causing health concerns to nearby communities. Portions of Nova Scotia, Western Canada, British Columbia and Northwest Territories have suffered from the raging fires.
On Monday, New York City can see visible smoke at high altitudes. The smoke can reach parts of Southern New England and Boston.
In addition, poor air conditions can become challenging for older adults and people with medical conditions. Americans with heart and lung risks can be vulnerable to wildfire smoke.
Homeowners should check for the latest air quality alerts, especially if it could stay midweek in the affected areas.
Meanwhile, limiting outdoor activities is recommended to prevent exposure to poor air quality in the US.
The dry conditions and vegetation helped to spark the dangerous fires in Canada. Climate change also played a crucial role in the unusual heat and lack of rain, bringing more fire risks.
Meanwhile, residents are advised to strictly observe fire bans and safety while in dry grass and forests to avoid potential fires.
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