The overall pattern setting up before our eyes throughout 2/3rds of Canada and the northern United States has mid-winter written all over it. Over the course of the next 7-10 days we are going to be dealing with several storms running up through the eastern U.S. and into Atlantic Canada, more widespread, heavy lake-effect snow, Alberta clippers, upslope snow in the eastern Canadian Rockies and to top it off.........some of the coldest air we have seen for December in many years, and not just one shot, but more likely two and three shots, with the core of the cold from the Canadian Prairies and down into the northern U.S. Plains, Midwest and Ontario, especially northwestern and central.Full story here.
Monday, December 15, 2008
Extreme Winter Pattern Setting Up
According to Accuweather meteorologist Brett Anderson Canada and the norther United States are in for some wild weather. He states,