The seasons are changing. At 8:54 p.m. on September 22 summer will officially change to fall. Peter Kimbell from Environment Canada said they're expecting it to be wet.
"Going forward, the jet stream pattern is fairly active, so we do expect that the remainder of September will see more precipitation. Even into next week as well," he said.
Kimbell also offered a look back on the summer months.
"The first month, June, was fairly wet. The next two months, July and August, were fairly dry. So far in September it's continued the trend of being warm, but it's turned out to be fairly wet so far. We're already up to 94 millimetres, and we're probably going to get more," he said.
Kimbell warned there is the potential for frost and possible flurries overnight tonight.