Here is my latest interpretation of the ECMWF weekly long-range forecast output that goes out to the week of Oct. 15-21.
Also, computer models are at odds in regards to a pattern change across North America next week. Overall, it does look much colder for western Canada with the potential for some snow over the Canadian Rockies and even into Calgary during the Tuesday/Wednesday period.
A storm will bring light to moderate snow to eastern Canada Thursday/Thursday night then will intensify and possibly bring heavier snow to New Brunswick Friday night.
A snow and wind recap of the blizzard which impacted the Canadian Maritimes.
Snow will overspread Ontario late Wednesday night or early Thursday then reach Quebec later Thursday and Thursday night.
Monday afternoon update on the impending snowstorm for Atlantic Canada and the next system for midweek in eastern Canada.
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.