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NEWS: Around the Arctic March 04, 2014 - 12:58 pm

Spring to bring above normal temperatures to south Baffin, Nunavik

Below normal temperatures likely to remain in parts of the west

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This map from the Weather Network shows the forecast for hot and cold spots across northern Canada this spring. (IMAGE COURTESY OF THE WEATHER NETWORK)
This map from the Weather Network shows the forecast for hot and cold spots across northern Canada this spring. (IMAGE COURTESY OF THE WEATHER NETWORK)

Craving some warmth?

You may have to wait a little longer, depending on where you live in Nunavut or Nunavik.

The Weather Network’s spring weather outlook, released March 3, shows that below normal temperatures are expected to linger in western Nunavut. 

However, the spring outlook shows above normal temperatures lie ahead for north-central Nunavut and southern Baffin Island with near normal temperatures elsewhere.

As for snow and rain, the outlook predicts above normal amounts of precipitation to fall across central Baffin Island, with near normal precipitation elsewhere.

In Nunavik, where both high and low temperatures have recently been coming in at about 10 C below normal ranges, people can look forward to above normal temperatures, according to the Weather Network.

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