Before I get to the weekly stuff, there will be a weak clipper-like storm tracking across the Prairies into tomorrow with a band of light snow. The map below shows the expected accumulations....
Here is my latest interpretation of the ECMWF long-range forecast model through early January. This product updates twice a week.
Shorter-range and long-range modeling consensus are still keeping most of the really cold air up across Alaska and western Canada through most of this winter. Looking at a number of models and upper-air data over the past few months, I continue to see very little support for sustained cold in the eastern half of North America; however, that does not mean there still cannot be some significant snowfall events, especially across the interior Northeast U.S. and throughout eastern Canada.
I will certainly keep you posted on future changes.
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Yes, another snowstorm to discuss for Atlantic Canada.
My latest interpretation of the weekly ECMWF long-range forecast model.....
Accumulating snow tonight into Wednesday from Manitoba to northwestern Ontario.
The Maritimes brace for yet another snowstorm this weekend.
Update on the long range forecast model output through April.
The combination of some warmer weather over the past 10 days and the strengthening March sun has resulted in a significant loss of ice and snow in and around the eastern Great Lakes.