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Update on the Long Range

April 8, 2014; 9:11 AM ET

Before I get to the long range....

1. A brief surge of warmer air will impact southern Ontario and Quebec Thursday before showers associated with a cold front move in late in the day or at night.

2. The combination of a weak storm and a front will likely lead to a period of accumulating snow Friday night over southwestern Alberta, including the Calgary area.

3. A piece of Arctic air will spread from the eastern Prairies to northwestern Ontario from Sunday into early next week with temperatures anywhere from 5 to 9 degrees below normal.

Latest interpretation of the ECMWF weekly long-range forecast model.....

Note: The ECMWF model seasonal update gets released tonight and I will blog about that on the next post.

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