Here is what the latest ECMWF long-range forecast model shows for North America into the first week of June.
The model has been all over over the place recently and, thus, it is likely having a tough time handling the overall pattern, so confidence level is lower than usual for this update.
A look at the next two snowstorms and the long-range forecast model update...
A coastal storm will bring accumulating snow to parts of Atlantic Canada from Thursday afternoon into early Friday.
A new pdate on the quick-moving snowstorm coming for parts of Quebec later today into early Monday.
Looking cold in the East for early February while the west turns milder.
A buckling of the jet stream pattern in the East this weekend into next week will end up deflecting much of the milder, Pacific air farther south into the U.S.
More snow headed for the BC ski resorts Thursday and an update on the long range model forecast.