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September 09, 2010 08:24 ET

MEDIA ADVISORY: The Weather Network's Fall Outlook

Summer-like conditions continue for the first part of fall - watch for a quick transition to below normal temperatures late in the season

OAKVILLE, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 9, 2010) - Mild weather will continue for the early part of fall for most of the country, but watch for a quick west to east transition to below normal temperatures late in the season. As La Niña conditions continue to strengthen in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, an abrupt change to colder weather is likely by November.

The Weather Network's Fall Outlook is now available online, click here (http://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/storm_watch_stories3&stormfile=2010_fall_outlook_300810?ref=fall2010) for complete details or visit theweathernetwork.com.

For further information or to arrange an interview with a meteorologist about the Fall Outlook please contact:

Deanna Langton
PR Coordinator, The Weather Network
905.829.1159 ext. 1358
dlangton@pelmorex.com

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