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The weather in Montreal this summer will be 'come and go'...

The weather in Montreal this summer will be 'come and go'...
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Have you ever heard the expression, 'weather is like a boomerang'? Ok, maybe it's an expression that we just made up but it certainly applies in this case!

If you've been wondering whether the warm temperatures Montreal has been experiencing recently will stay, the short answer is...sort of. More specifically, Montreal can expect a 'come and go' weather forecast this summer.

In The Weather Network's expected forecast for the months of June, July and August, the weather provider stated that 'La Nina' had ended and that an 'El Nino' event could be predicted. In other words, low temperatures of the ocean's surface will be swaped out for increasing temperatures on the ocean's surface.

“We are seeing a rapid transition from an exceptionally persistent La Niña event to what appears to be a rather significant El Niño event. Therefore, our weather pattern this summer should be different from the past few summers with more changeable conditions,” said Chris Scott, chief meteorologist with The Weather Network, in an interview.

The expert also added that Canada could expect a cooler summer overall, with warmer weather in Western provinces.

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