More showers predicted for northern saunas and steamers
Predict a “sudden change” for warm weather across Canada with a sudden spike in snow showers, but the outlook is not as strong as previous winters.
This storm will bring an abundance of snow showers along its path from central British Columbia south into northern Alberta and Saskatchewan, according to forecasters.
The weather bureau says there will also be snow flurries along the Pacific coast and up the Eastern seaboard.
At least eight centimetres of snow is expected across northern B.C. at 2 p.m., with more snow likely overnight in southern and central Alberta and Saskatchewan, as well.
Forecasters say a strong front and high pressure pattern will develop around the globe Tuesday, with a south-west-to-north-west trade blowing across the South Pacific Ocean into New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
The snow showers, expected on Tuesday, could increase by as much as 20 to 50 centimetres by the end of the week, while a strong thunderstorm formation could add up to 70 to 100 centimetres, forecasters say.
This could produce a large “thunderstorm track,” with the storm mov바카라사이트ing west over Alaska into Siberia on Wednesday morning and returning north by Thursday afternoon.
The snow will continue south to east to build from southern Newfoundland to northern Newfoundland, the forecasters say.
Forecasters expect the snow showers will not linger overnight along the coast, as they were seen in the winter of 1992-93.
This time, a cold front will develop across southern Canada, bringing heavier winds and colder temperatures.
As well, there will be winds moving to the north of the high pressure system, with gusts up to 40 kilometres per hour in B.C. and Saskatchewan, with gusts to 100 kilometres per hour in southern Alberta and British Columbia, the forecasters say.
The high winds could bring snow to Saskatoon and Vancouver.
The weather bureau said the f바카라사이트orecast is in the high바카라 50s to low 60s, with a low of 12 degrees and a high of 35 degrees, but in most cases there could be a storm warning for the upper and lower 48.
“There will be several days of intense showers and thunderstorms, all the way across northern B.C.,” Forecasters said.
Forecasters say they expect the snow showers to continue as far south as Saskatchewan, bringing heavy accumulations of accumulation