Looks like another pattern shift as we head into November. A ridge of high pressure is projected to build over the Gulf of Alaska in early November which should force colder air down into the Prairies and perhaps BC for a time, while a wetter pattern takes over farther to the east.
This pattern could also produce some snow opportunities for the Prairies and into northwestern Ontario.
The AccuWeather Winter Outlook for Canada will be released Wednesday. You can also follow my commentary on the weather patterns via my twitter.... @BrettAWX
My thoughts on the overall pattern into next week....
A small, but intensifying storm off the New England coast will track northeastward through the Maritimes by Wednesday.
Weather highlights into next week
The storm impacting parts of eastern Canada later tonight and into Saturday with snow will move fairly quickly and will not be all that intense, but it will have a decent amount of moisture with it.
Some hope may be on the horizon for those freezing in the East
Update on storms