June 2013 Forecast: Doom and Gloom?
|By: Mikeman444, 11:41 PM GMT on June 02, 2013||+0|
A look back: May Finished off around 2C warmer than normal with normal rainfall, for the 2nd year in a row the month of May did not see any snow. The temperature soared to 30C not once, but TWICE. It has not hit 30C twice in May since 1993. After a hot start to the month conditions changed to more seasonal and a battering of thunderstorm, one of them severe, the first severe thunderstorm in May since 2006. May 2013 was most certainly exceptional in many ways.
Forecast for June 2013
Issued 12:36pm MDT June 2nd
Overall June 2013 will be near to slightly warmer than normal with above normal rainfall. June is also leaning toward an active start to the tornado season, with several outbreaks of severe weather late in the month.
June 1-10: Cool and rainy in southern regions, hot and dry in the northern extremes with forest fires likely.
June 10-20: Tornado risk higher than average in from southern Alberta into southern Sask, Gloomy weather lingering in Central Alberta, remaining hot in the north.
June 20-30: Becoming very hot and humid, particularly in Manitoba, Significant outbreaks of severe weather in Central Alberta and Sask.
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