It looks like this could be a fall to remember weather-wise in the Halifax Regional Municipality.
Environment Canada meterologist Bob Robichaud said yesterday the weather models for the next three months show above normal temperatures for our region, and below normal levels of precipitation.
“So a little bit warmer than the long-term average and a little bit drier than the long-term average for the fall,” Robichaud said.
The first day of fall was yesterday and it got off to a beautiful start in Halifax. After morning fog patches, people were able to enjoy mostly sunny skies the rest of the day, with temperatures hovering in the low 20s.