'Summer of Summers' Wrapping Up
There's frost in the forecast and a noticeable chill in the air.
So does that mean we're officially done with this incredible string of warm weather?
David Phillips Senior Climatologist with Environment Canada says we've had 19 straight months of temperatures above normal, including a summer where we saw 25 days of temperatures over 30 degrees.
That's compared to the usual number of around 14.
Phillips says couple that with the lack of rain for the most part this year, and it really was the summer of summers.
And if you look back, you'll remember that summer could have started in March with the warm temperatures, following the winter that wasn't.
Looking forward, Phillips says don't write the obituary on autumn just yet, he expects there to be a few more warm days to come.
When it comes to winter, Phillips says it will be worse than last year, guaranteed.