According to the Farmer’s Almanac, Airdrie and the rest of Alberta are in for a hot one. 

For the Almanac’s summer 2022 predictions, we are in “sizzling temps, and scattered showery weather”. 

In early July, Canada Day could be marred by squally weather travelling east out of the Rockies. 

As we move into the later part of July and August, if you are planning a barbecue or camping trip for your holiday, prepare for “blistering hot” temperatures that will reach up to the mid-30s. 

Showers are expected in the Rockies and across the prairies in time for Heritage Day to break up the hot days. 

The Almanac predicts, by mid-August, the worst of the heat is expected to pass, with the possibility of September snow. 

The Farmer's Almanac has been making long-term weather predictions since 1818, and has remained in regular publication from its inception. 

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