Weather Network forecasts a mild fall with a steady transition to winter

This was posted more than 12 months ago. The information may be outdated.

By the Canadian Press, 1310 News, September 17, 2018

Canadians can expect to enjoy a full fall season with a steady transition to winter over the next two months, The Weather Network forecasts.

The network is predicting that winter won't come early this year and that Canadians will get to experience an overall mild fall from now until the end of November.

"Our forecast team at The Weather Network is seeing this fall as a less roller-coaster ride than we normally see as we go from summer into winter," said The Weather Network's chief meteorologist, Chris Scott.

"Fall is one of those transition seasons where it is a wild roller-coaster ride. We are going to see some weeks where it's warm and some weeks that are cold, but this year it's not quite the steepness of the drops and rises we sometimes see this time of the year."