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Environment Canada predicts seasonal or warmer than normal temperatures this summer
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At 6:51 a.m. today, the moment you've been waiting for, for months, finally came.

That was when summer officially began.

Environment Canada says it expects temperatures the next three months to be seasonal, or even a little bit warmer than normal.

The amount of precipitation is predicted to be about normal as well. 

Just in time for the first day of summer, gas prices have gone up again. 

The average price today is 143.9 cents per litre and Dan McTeague with TomorrowsGasPriceToday.com says the wave of high prices is expected to last until September. 

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At 6:51 a.m. today, the moment you've been waiting for, for months, finally came.

That was when summer officially began.

Environment Canada says it expects temperatures the next three months to be seasonal, or even a little bit warmer than normal.

The amount of precipitation is predicted to be about normal as well. 

Just in time for the first day of summer, gas prices have gone up again. 

The average price today is 143.9 cents per litre and Dan McTeague with TomorrowsGasPriceToday.com says the wave of high prices is expected to last until September. 

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