canada is allways cold
Only in Canada, eh?
Canada can be cold but it is not that bad depending on where you live in Canada. Canada does have a summer. It happens for two-three months a year. I live in Canada but I never have been to any of the countries listed.
I regularly check the weather network. They always give up to date information. I check the site daily.
I think the instructions given here are quite useful for checking Environment Canada website.
I do not usually go to Environment Canada to check their weather forecasts.Barry's Response
- Cold is relative. The Weather Network
works for most people. Either that or ECCC (Environment and Climate Change Canada). I expect you to check both and compare them only if you're really interested.
If that's the case, you can check out other sites too. Start with Accuweather.com and weather.com. Different forms of information are provided by each.
I also like using Weather underground
at wunderground.com at because it has real-time weather maps you can compare simultaneous conditions in different regions of the world and more weather stations than most other services.
There's another one that's come to light lately. Weather Spark lets you easily and graphically scan historical weather data for each location, both climate averages and daily records. In addition, it gives you a lot of perspective on the weather forecast for each location.
Canadians just can't get enough of their weather, it seems. Search
this site for more information now.
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