Here is my latest interpretation of the ECMWF weekly long range forecast model..... The latest run of this model continues to show colder than normal conditions on average into April across large portions of the country.
Keep in mind though, average temperatures are now steadily rising and even if temperatures are below normal it will not feel nearly as bad as what it was much of this winter. Also, there will no doubt be brief periods of milder weather in between each cold air mass. Spring is coming, its just going to be a little late for many.
I will take a look at the monthly charts from the ECMWF in the next blog....
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Snow and ice storm followed by bitter cold into the weekend for the east.
Major ocean storm to impact Atlantic Canada starting Thursday with the potential for a blizzard over New Brunswick.
Arctic air to have a stranglehold on much of Canada through the first week of January.
It looks like a white Christmas for much of Canada.
Some snow today across southwestern Ontario as the west remains under strong high pressure ridge.