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CanadaEnvironment Canada predicting warmer-than-average fall for B.C. Coast, Interior

08:11  08 september  2019
08:11  08 september  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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According to Environment Canada , 12 of 17 cities throughout the province had warmer - than -normal temperatures for August. It was a warmer and drier summer in B . C .’s Southern Interior , along with many parts of the province, according to Environment Canada .

Now, Environment Canada is projecting a high likelihood of a warmer - than -normal summer for B . C . For example, along the South Coast , Environment Canada ’s projection map shows a probability level of 80 to Castellan said predicting seasonal precipitation is very tough, as they can

Environment Canada predicting warmer-than-average fall for B.C. Coast, Interior © Global News A view of Okanagan Lake and Kelowna on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019. A meteorologist says B.C.’s source for weather is usually the Pacific, and temperatures there are above average, which will likely result in warmer than average temperatures for the next three months.

The summer of 2019 was warmer and drier than normal for most regions in B.C.

Environment Canada says that trend will likely repeat itself for fall.

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“A high likelihood of warmer-than-average temperatures,” meteorologist Doug Lundquist told Global News this week. “And that’s primarily because the waters of the Pacific, the Gulf of Alaska and north of Alaska are way above average.

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This week, Environment Canada confirmed preliminary statistics sent to Global News last week that READ MORE: It’s been a warmer - than -normal spring in B . C ., Environment Canada statistics Penticton, meanwhile, was actually cooler, with its average temperature falling nearly half a degree.

Larger- than - average wildfires have consumed six times more land than normal in British Columbia so far this year, despite the actual number of blazes being no greater But the anticipated transition into La Nina isn’t expected to bring significantly cooler and wetter conditions until the fall , Campbell added.

“Some places are as high as five degrees above average. And our source for weather is usually the Pacific Ocean.”

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As such, said Lundquist, “that means for the Coast, for sure, and most likely the Interior there’s a really high likelihood it’ll remain warmer than average for the next three months.”

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