The overall weather pattern across North America will be very progressive (storms and fronts moving along at a steady clip) over the next two weeks.
This will likely lead to changeable weather conditions for many with quick shots of cold followed by brief warmups.
There is the potential for a Pacific Northwest storm late in the week, which could lead to another round of accumulating snow for the Canadian Rockies and out into the Prairies this coming weekend.
A second, more significant Pacific storm could impact the West Coast the second half of next week, but I will not say anymore about that until we get a better picture late this week.
The long range pattern into November still looks chilly across northeastern Canada, while drier conditions may dominate in Alaska and northern BC.
Here is the latest update.......
Widespread above-normal temperatures will likely dominate into the first half of December.
My thoughts on the snow through Tuesday in the East and West.
Other than a blast into western Canada next week, most of the Arctic air will remain north of the Arctic Circle into December with just brief intrusions while mild, Pacific air takes hold from west to east.
Still happy with my old snow map.
Accumulating snow this weekend for parts of southern, central and eastern Ontario.
Wild storm in the West through Tuesday. A little snow in the east for the weekend?