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Short range first......
A small Alberta Clipper storm will track southeastward from southern Saskatchewan to North Dakota Saturday night. North and east of the track, there will be a swath of light to moderate snow from extreme eastern Saskatchewan to south-central Manitoba Saturday night into early Sunday morning.
This particular storm, like most clippers, will not have a lot of moisture to work with and temperatures will be marginal, so look for a narrow stripe of 2-6 cm from near Yorkton, Sask., to Brandon, Man., by Sunday morning. Just some snow showers or flurries for Winnipeg.
Unseasonably cold air crossing the Great Lakes will lead to widespread snow showers and some heavier squalls downwind and far enough inland from the lakes next week. The best chance of snow will come in the Tuesday night to Thursday time period. Areas right along the lake will be modified by the warm lake temperatures and thus will be mostly dealing with rain or wet, melting snow.
I do expect some snow showers/flurries for the GTA and up into the Saint Lawrence region, but most of that will just melt on contact with the pavement as temperatures stay well above freezing.
Here is my latest long-range forecast model interpretation through the week of Nov 11-17...
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