Report: Summer starts Thursday, but it starts cool



Our high temperature under sunny skies will only reach the low 20’s.

Expect cooler than average temperatures today.

The official start of summer today will be a little cooler than average. (CBC)

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Summer arrives today, but it won’t be hot.

Our high temperature under sunny skies will only reach the low 20’s.

The average high temperature this time of year would be closer to 25 C.

It will be even chillier by early Friday.

We may start the day in the single digits before warming up to 26 C in the afternoon with sunshine.

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Ian Black is the only weather forecaster in Ottawa endorsed by the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. (In fact, he was the first broadcaster ever endorsed.) He’s a hockey dad, and before he became Ottawa’s go-to guy for accurate forecasts, he was a substitute teacher in just about every high school in town. A self-described weather geek, he is particularly excited about how technology has caught up to the way he had envisioned weather forecasting 20 years ago.

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