Prince Edward Island expects 'near normal' summer weather

Dave Stewart
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The Weather Network has created this graphic demonstrated the summer 2014 outlook for Canada.

After a dreadful start to spring, Islanders can look forward to a typical run-of-the-mill summer.

That’s the message from meteorologist Doug Gillham with The Weather Network.

“We don’t expect an especially hot summer,’’ Gillham said Tuesday morning. “Just near normal temperatures would be such a welcome change to what you’ve seen during the past four to six months.’’

Gillham said Islanders can expect a return to cooler-than-normal wet weather this coming weekend but that their models aren’t showing anything out of the ordinary for the rest of June, July and August.

P.E.I. Falls into the 'near normal' category this summer while southern areas of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick are expected to see warmer than normal temperatures.

 

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Organizations: The Weather Network

Geographic location: Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick

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  • hilarious
    June 03, 2014 - 15:00

    Having been in PEI most of my life, I'm wondering what a normal summer looks like... some were sunny and dry, others were rainy almost everyday.... some were hotter than heck, others were so cool you rarely wore shorts... forecasting "near normal weather" is a pretty safe and non-committed! That can mean just about anything. lol.