Warm Fall Expected
Prince George, B.C. – Good news out of Environment Canada.
The national forecaster is predicting a warmer than normal fall though meteorologist Matt Macdonald expects it to get off to a bit of a bumpy start.
`“Well definitely a foggy start to the fall season and the outlook is looking a little bit showery to start off the first week of fall here,” he says.
“A number of disturbances moving through but in the long range it’s looking to be a warmer than normal fall.”
He says the average fall temperature in Prince George is around 12 degrees and says a very warm Pacific Ocean that’s persisted all through the summer should provide a nice boost this year.
“So as we move into October and November we expect those daily highs to be a degree or two warmer than normal.”