This is my latest interpretation of the weekly ECMWF long range forecast model that goes out through the third week of August.......
Much of the warmth that you continue to see that is predicted around Atlantic Canada is likely due to the widespread presence of above-normal sea surface temperatures in that region. The opposite is true off Alaska and the West Coast.
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Drier pattern along the West Coast. Winter far from over in the East.
Storm will bring accumulating snow and slippery travel to parts of eastern and Atlantic Canada Tuesday night into Wednesday night.
Ski and snowmobile conditions are looking good for much of southern Canada through mid-February.
Bitterly cold blast to focus on the Prairies next week and into the second week of February.