Saturday, June 19th 2021, 8:21 pm - There's a lot to like in Canada's Father's Day forecast, with mostly clear skies and hot temperatures, though not everyone will see the pleasant side of 20°C.
With Father's Day on the horizon, most of Canada looks to have a very pleasant Sunday indeed, though with a few caveats here and there.
B.C., beneath high pressure, stays toasty and dry, with temperatures mostly in the upper 20s, even crossing into the low 30s for a handful of places. Beyond the Rockies, however, the Prairie provinces will be a bit on the cool side, with most places not likely to hit 20°C – and with overnight frost possible into Monday morning in a lot of places.
Heading into Ontario and Quebec, the former may see some severe storm risk creep into the southwest, but only by the late evening hours, with relatively sunny and hot conditions for the rest of the day. Neighbouring Quebec looks much the same, even slightly hotter here and there.
Rounding things out, the East Coast looks pleasantly seasonal. A passing front keeps showers south of the Maritimes, but parts of eastern Newfoundland can expect a dousing, though only by the supper hour, leaving most of the day dry.
For a more detailed analysis, Rachel Modestino has more in the video above.