The coldest month of the year was April.
But for the first time in the past 10 years, the temperature was below zero on average.
That makes the March 1 weekend in June the coldest in 20 years, according to the National Weather Service.
The average monthly temperature on June 1 was just over 28C, according a weather forecast from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
In other words, it was the coldiest month of any month since records began in 1880.
This means that the cold was most pronounced in parts of Canada, where temperatures have been in the 20s and 30s.
On the other hand, June was warmer than average for the entire year and in parts where there was relatively little snow, temperatures were near or above average.
This summer, for instance, temperatures in Quebec were above average in the spring and summer.
“It’s not the cold that’s cold anymore.
It’s the lack of precipitation,” said David Condon, a meteorologist at the University of Calgary who was not involved in the new study.
He said there was “a lot of uncertainty” as to how much of the cold could be attributed to climate change, given that there are only a few days in the year when it is still cold outside.
He also said it’s possible that the lack-of-rainfall conditions could also be a factor.
But he noted that this study looked at only six months.
“I think there is still a lot of research that is needed,” Condon said.
And with the cold weather in some parts of the country, it is not a surprise that the majority of Canadians are still without power and are still suffering from the fallout from the wildfires in northern B.C. “There’s a lot going on in the summertime,” said John O’Leary, a political scientist at Simon Fraser University.
He noted that there has been a recent spike in “extreme weather” events, such as tornadoes, floods, snowstorms and blizzards.
“The big thing that we are seeing with all of this is we’re just getting used to the fact that we have to be prepared,” O’Brien said.
For the first few months of the summer, it will be difficult to keep up with the weather.
For example, this week, it could be several weeks before there are any rain records set in British Columbia, which is located in the far northern part of the province.
And even then, the next few weeks could see some of the worst weather possible.
“We’ll have a lot more extreme weather coming up, but we’ll be able to get through it,” O-Leary said.
“That is the beauty of the weather system.”