Here is our latest snow forecast map valid from this afternoon through Friday morning...
The above map does not represent total storm snowfall for Ontario, since the worst of the storm has ended in most of the province. Also, the Montreal area will easily end up with over 35 cm as it has been snowing heavily since the early morning.
Snow will change to a mix then ran along the coastal region of New Brunswick this evening, including Saint John. Snow will also change to rain over Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia.
The storm will weaken as it moves into Newfoundland Friday. I expect a small accumulation (less than 5 cm) over the south and southeast coast Friday morning, including St. John's before it changes to rain.
It appears that the heaviest band of snow will be a little south and southeast of Quebec City and then into west-central New Brunswick, but still a solid dump of snow for that area. No doubt a great period to hit the ski slopes and snowmobile trails!
Parts of the Maritimes could be impacted by a major snowstorm on Sunday. Details are still sketchy as the track is still in question. Will post more on this once this first storm goes away.
Keep in mind, you can also follow my tweets on the storm right here @BrettAWX
Hoping to get in a little skiing with my daughter later this evening at our local ski area (central PA), as it has finally opened today.
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Cooler air to expand from Prairies to eastern Canada late June into early July.
Dry and hotter pattern in store for southern B.C. into next week, while the east turns cooler and more unsettled.