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East vs West: Better weekend weather?

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Find Your Forecast
    Andrea Bagley
    Digital Reporter

    Thursday, June 26, 2014, 12:08 PM - Whether it's a long weekend, the start to summer holidays, or just a typical July weekend ahead, all eyes are on the forecast.


    "We'll see a classic summer weather pattern in eastern Canada," says Weather Network meteorologist Doug Gillham. "The heat and humidity will be on the increase and with that comes a threat for some scattered showers and thunderstorms.

    According to Gillham, most places won't see any rain until Monday.

    Conditions become much more unsettled in parts of western Canada, along with some rather cool temperatures.

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    "There's a risk for strong to severe storms in southern Manitoba and northwestern Ontario Saturday and continuing unsettled on Sunday," Gillham adds. "We will however see an improving trend in the west as we go towards Canada day."

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