The official version of the Canadian weather forecast is produced by Environment Canada each day.
A brief summary of the forecast for Canada's major cities is displayed below, in pictorial form, on the left hand side. A link to the full version of the forecasts is given in the text on the right hand side.
The forecast is updated at preset times during the day:
As soon as it is produced, the complete version of the official forecast is automatically transmitted on Weather Radio Canada (see below), as well as to the public media.
An amended forecast may be issued at any time between regular issue times, when the situation warrants it.
|Click here for
the latest official forecast
(the complete version)
produced for the general public by Environment Canada.
Please note, however, that (the version of) the weather forecast that is
eventually broadcast on commercial radio and television, as well as
published in the daily newspapers, is ...
An official summarized version of the Canadian weather forecast, including a five day outlook, as well as historical data, is available here.
In addition to the public regular weather forecast, Environment Canada (sometimes spelled Enviroment Canada by mistake) also produces regular forecasts for more specialized user groups.
In cases of civil emergencies, Environment Canada will also produce highly specialized forecasts, adapted to the emergency situation at hand. Because of their highly specialized nature, these forecasts are for official use only.
The atmosphere is dynamic and constantly changing.
Environment Canada meteorologists maintain a constant weather watch, 24 hours per day, seven days a week, non-stop.
Meteorologists use powerful computers, programmed to alert them to significant events and changes, enabling them to ...
However ... the amended public forecasts seldom if ever reach the general public!
The best way to stay constantly informed of the latest changes to the weather forecast, advisories, warnings and alerts is by listening to the Weather Radio service. It is free and completely reliable.
On top of alerting you of impending severe weather, the Weather Radio broadcasts always reflect the very latest changes made to the forecast!