Here is my latest interpretation of the weekly ECMWF model long range model output for North America, now going through early January.
Looks rather mild overall across the central and eastern U.S. into Southeastern Canada with an active storm track from the Rockies to central or NW Ontario.
Cold will be king over Alaska and into parts of western Canada.
Trying some new maps today that will extend further down into the U.S.
New expanded maps
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Saturday afternoon snowstorm update.
An update on the snow potential over the Maritimes and for southern Ontario. February looking cold in the East and mild in the far West.
Major storm will bring heavy snow to New Brunswick. Big change coming for Alberta and Saskatchewan Friday and Saturday.
A storm will bring light to moderate snow to eastern Canada Thursday/Thursday night then will intensify and possibly bring heavier snow to New Brunswick Friday night.
A snow and wind recap of the blizzard which impacted the Canadian Maritimes.
Snow will overspread Ontario late Wednesday night or early Thursday then reach Quebec later Thursday and Thursday night.