Current Northern Hemispheric teleconnections and long range forecast model data still show no signs of any sustained periods of heat across the eastern two-thirds of Canada over the next several weeks.
One of our global weather experts here at AccuWeather.com has informed me that an eastern Asian teleconnection would support a cooler than normal pattern the second half of June from the eastern Prairies through Quebec.
Here is my latest interpretation of the ECMWF weekly long range model that now goes into the first week of July.....
A look back at the May 2014 temperature anomalies......
Note the warmth over BC, while the Prairies and Newfoundland remained quite cool last month.
Forecast pattern clues through most of July.
Thunderstorms this weekend and a look at the long range.
Some new clues to the summer and fall season.
Amplified jet stream pattern will keep forecasters on their toes over the next week or so.
Weather pattern clues for the next several weeks.
A look back at May and the spring of 2016 in terms of temperature departures.