It's hard to think about snow when it is 70 degrees (21 C) outside here in central Pennsylvania. Tomorrow could even hit 80! A crazy winter and now a crazy spring. It's almost like we have jumped from fall to summer and skipped winter and spring!
Anyway, we do have some winter weather in the West and in the Maritimes. A storm is drifting slowly eastward just south of the Maritimes and will continue to bring snow and some mixed precipitation to the region through the first half of Thursday. Precipitation will be more rain right along the south coast of Nova Scotia.
Forecast for additional snow tonight into tomorrow (Thursday)
In the West, we have a double-barrel storm slamming into the coast with strong winds and heavy rain along the coast, while heavy snow will pound the higher elevations through Thursday.
The overall pattern across North America will have a different look this week compared to what it has been for a large portion of the year.
A look at the potential weather pattern for the next several weeks.
Smoke will continue to be an issue for interior southern BC and Alberta this week but changes in the pattern are looming.
Latest update on the long range into mid-September and a look at the Prairies storm.
Warm and dry conditions will continue to dominate in the West this fall.
Pattern change setting up this weekend into next week as the core of the very warm air shifts eastward into southern Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick.