- August 19, 2013 - 10:00
Earlier this year, since Environment Canada and "The Weather Network" stated that Summer 2013 is not supposed to be as warm as last year, but yet, this Summer is as warm as last year and even warmer, let it be a lesson never to trust "The Weather Network", Palmorex, and Environment Canada seasonal forecasts. In fact, so far, St. John's had 50 days with temperatures above 20 degrees, which is almost comparable to last year with 52 days above 20 degrees. Secondly, St. John's had record time periods of humidex readings above 20 degrees, indicating that not only have Environment Canada lied to Atlantic Canadians, but our weather is becoming more and more Americanized as these readings are common in the United States but not Northeastern Canada. Lessons learned, no more lies Environment Canada and "The Weather Network" as their forecasts are becoming less and less reliable.