Bernie Rayno and I taped a video (see link below) in regards to the large storm system that will bring all sorts of extreme weather to parts of eastern and Atlantic Canada over the next 36 to 48 hours.
By the way, Bernie and/or I will provide video updates this winter, especially when major, winter weather is expected to impact southern Canada.
As of 2:30 p.m. EST, the center of the main storm was over southeastern Alabama and tracking northeast, which is as expected.
I will have a more in-depth update on the lake-effect potential for Ontario tomorrow. This outbreak will not be nearly as heavy as the last one due to a much shorter duration and some wind shear, but there can still be some locally heavy snowfall southeast of Lake Huron tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night before tapering off early Thursday.
Also, we expect Arctic air to push south through southern BC later this weekend and early next week with the potential for some of the white stuff in the air around Vancouver. However, the main snow threat appears to be later Sunday into Monday from the Canadian Rockies and into the western Prairies as a storm tracks east along the Arctic front. At this point, it appears that the Edmonton, Alberta, area could be in line for another significant dump of snow. More on this tomorrow and the rest of the week.
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Arctic air likely to retreat well to the north as we go into early December.
Active weather pattern through next week.
My weekly update on the short- and long-range patterns.
Early-season snowstorm for parts of southern BC
Update on the weather pattern across North America into November.