Weather Network forecasts dry fall
It looks like we will have a mild and dry fall.
The Weather Network predicts temperatures to be near or above seasonal norms from coast to coast, with only momentary flashes of prospective winter conditions.
Chief Meteorologist Chris Scott says most regions will see rainfall in line with seasonal averages.
The Weather Network says "the Great Lakes region to southern Quebec will see a break from the active pattern that dominated the spring and summer season. Extended periods of warm and dry weather are likely, but totals for the season are expected to be near normal due to an increase in active weather later in the season with the potential for a couple systems to tap into subtropical moisture and bring heavy rainfall."
The IceDogs would surrender a goal 44 seconds into a Wednesday night and that proved to be the game winner as Kitchener won 6-0 at the Meridian Centre. The IceDogs remain in first in the Central, two points up on Barrie, with both teams having played 42 games.
Ben Jones scored a goal and added two assists as the IceDogs scored four unanswered in Erie, winning 5-3. Johnny Corneil chipped in with a pair of goals and Colton Incze made 26 saves for the first place ‘Dogs who completed their second.3 in 3 sweep this season.
Stephen Dhillon made 46 saves and Elijah Roberts scored the hat-trick as the IceDogs doubled Barrie 6-3, taking over the lead in the OHL’s Central Division. Roberts also added an assist, while Sam Miletic scored two for the second straight game plus counted an assist.