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

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

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.

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And people are getting sick and tired of it.

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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.