Winter Outlook 2018-2019

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Monday, November 26, 2018

After a snowy Fall across most of Canada, we are sliding into what appears to be a warmer Winter.

Most areas will see above normal temperatures. Most notably Atlantic Canada and the Prairies through to B.C..

Precipitation will be near normal for most areas except southern Alberta and northern British Columbia.




Location

Temperatures

Precipitation

St. John’s

Near Normal

Near Normal

Corner Brook

Above Normal

Near Normal

Sydney

Above Normal

Near Normal

Halifax

Above Normal

Near Normal

Charlottetown

Above Normal

Near Normal

Fredericton

Near Normal

Near Normal

Quebec City

Near Normal

Near Normal

Montreal

Near Normal

Near Normal

Ottawa

Near Normal

Near Normal

Toronto

Near Normal

Near Normal

Thunder Bay

Above Normal

Near Normal

Winnipeg

Above Normal

Near Normal

Regina

Above Normal

Near Normal

Saskatoon

Above Normal

Near Normal

Calgary

Above Normal

Above Normal

Red Deer

Above Normal

Near Normal

Edmonton

Above Normal

Near Normal

Vancouver

Above Normal

Near Normal

Victoria

Above Normal

Near Normal

Prince George

Above Normal

Above Normal

Whitehorse

Above Normal

Near Normal

Yellowknife

Near Normal

Near Normal

Iqaluit

Below Normal

Near Normal




The Team

© Wx Centre