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I am still looking at the potential for a significant lake-effect snow event later this weekend and perhaps into Monday downwind of the Great Lakes.
The overall weather pattern next week looks to be cold across eastern Canada and quite stormy across British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest of the United States. I will have to see how close the Atlantic storm track gets toward the East Coast and specifically Atlantic Canada.
Latest clues to the weekly weather patterns into December......
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Warmest weather relative to normal over the next 10 days will be across Atlantic Canada.
Tropical storm conditions to impact parts of southeastern Newfoundland later Thursday as Chris approaches.
We expect to see a little of everything over the next two weeks in Canada with hot and cool spells and thunderstorm risks.
Severe thunderstorms in the Prairies and even some snow for the Rockies