July 22, 2015 3:52 pm

Royal Newfoundland Constabulary puts out search for missing season: Summer

A Kia dealership in Newfoundland has decided that it feels closer to Christmas than summer.


TORONTO – It’s been missing for more than a month, and now the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) is concerned abut the whereabouts of summer.

It’s so concerned, in fact, that it has put out a “Missing Season” alert.

The “Missing Season” press release issued by the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary.


Newfoundland has definitely had a difficult summer: the daily high in the month of July has only been 25.3 C, with a daily average of just 12.7 C. Normally, the daytime high would be 15.8 C with a daily average of 20.7 C.

And people are getting sick and tired of it.

Now compare that to some other Canadian cities.

In Toronto, the daytime high for July has been 25.8 C with a daily average of 20.6 C. In Saskatoon, the daily high has been 27.1 C with an average of 19.8. And Calgarians have enjoyed an average daytime high of 25.4 and a daily average of 18.8 C.

If anyone has information on the whereabouts of summer they are encouraged to contact the RNC.

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