Environment Canada senior climatologist Dave Phillips says that Canadians can expect August to pick up where July left off, and that means warmer than normal temperatures for most of eastern and central Canada, plus cooler, damper days for much of Newfoundland and Labrador, Alberta and British Columbia. Phillips says that parts of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland are expected to be slightly cooler than normal in August than would normally be expected…. not ideal, but hey, at least it’s not June again right?