I'm heading up to Toronto for a presentation today, so I figured I had better post the latest ECMWF model interpretation for the long range going out through the week of July 15 to the 21.
Despite the ECMWF, I believe that the pattern will turn warmer and less wet for the East after the 4th of July.
I do agree with the continue idea that much of the Southeast U.S. will remain wetter and cooler than normal into July.
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Dry and hotter pattern in store for southern B.C. into next week, while the east turns cooler and more unsettled.
Potential for a significant storm later Sunday into Monday from Ontario to Quebec with heavy rain, severe thunderstorms, wind and snow.
Late-season snow for the western Prairies later this week and a look at the weekly long range pattern.