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Update on the long-range pattern into early July

By Brett Anderson, AccuWeather senior meteorologist
6/06/2019, 9:15:15 AM

There are no real signs of widespread, sustained heat across most of southern Canada and the northern United States over the next several weeks as a blocking pattern dominates across northern Canada and Greenland, which suppresses the jet stream farther south.

The one exception may be British Columbia and western Alberta, as a warm and drier pattern is expected to return once again. Highest temperature anomalies will likely be concentrated over BC.

The fire season is off to a fast start in northern Alberta. Cooler and wetter conditions should help over the next several days, but a trend back toward the drier/warmer scenario is expected mid-month.




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