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Graphic: A warm fall in store for much of Canada

Above-normal temperatures are in store for the West Coast and Atlantic regions, while southern Ontario and Quebec are also expected to be warmer than usual from September through November, according to Environment Canada.

The latest update to the agency's three-month seasonal forecasts also call for a wetter than usual autumn in southern Alberta, the Rocky mountain range and the British Columbia Interior region.

Issued at the end of each month, the seasonal forecasts are an estimate of how temperatures and precipitation are likely to compare with the 30 seasons from 1981 to 2010.

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