The heat is on.
It’s the burger season, and people are still getting ready to put their best foot forward.
In Canada, where the average daily temperature is set to drop a couple of degrees from today, this summer is shaping up to be a banner year for burger lovers.
And while the heat wave that swept the country last year is gone, the chill of a summer will still linger.
The weather isn’t going to change any time soon, says Tom McBride, president of the American Heart Association, but the changes in the air can.
“I think it’s really the summertime,” he says.
“We’ll have a little bit more moisture, more precipitation, which means that cooler temperatures in the fall and winter are possible.”
McBride says the warmer the air gets, the more water vapor will condense in the atmosphere.
That condensation will warm up the air, which in turn will cool it down, and eventually, the temperatures will drop.
That’s a lot of potential for some very cool weather to come.
McBride expects that, over the next couple of weeks, we’ll be seeing the typical hot weather, with the cool weather coming in later in the summer.
That means the weather will be slightly warmer and a little less humid.
But if the temperature drops, it’ll be a different story, he says, and more water will condonge.
For those in the city, there will be plenty of places to enjoy burgers.
Burger King, Burger King Canada and Burger King U.S. locations are all expected to open tomorrow.
And for the first time, a burger from a Burger King location will be available to purchase at any participating McDonald’s restaurant in Canada.
The chain is also bringing back a few of its signature items, such as the Original McChicken.
McDonald’s has confirmed the burgers will be limited to just 30 burgers in each category, but that number will grow.
That won’t affect the menu.
The company says there will also be new and limited-time items.
For anyone looking to enjoy some comfort food in the cooler, McBride says, there are some new options.
The most popular burger will be the Original, which has become synonymous with the Canadian burger, McBurger says.
The hamburger is made with ground beef, ground turkey and onions, and it’s topped with cheese, sour cream and lettuce.
This is the same burger that you can find in the United States, where it has become a staple.
The menu also features burgers from Subway, which will bring a couple more items into the mix, McBrides says.
It includes the new Chicken Sandwich, a grilled chicken sandwich with cheese and a patty of lettuce, as well as the Chicken Caesar.
McBrides said that Subway is the first company to bring back a classic burger to Canada, and he hopes to see it at other Burger King locations in the coming months.