After a very wet month of June, with higher-than-normal streamflows and higher-than-expected lakelevels, conditions are finally moderating.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s seasonal forecast for July to September is leaning weakly toward higher-than-normal temperatures and lower-than-normal precipitation.
Environment Canada projects that B.C. will have more moderate temperatures than the rest of Canada (which expect a hot summer), and that B.C. will have “Goldilocks” weather: not too hot, not too cold.