– By M. Markovic, M. Alarie, Environment and Climate Change Canada –
Seasonal Outlook for summer 2019 (June, July, August) in Canada includes warmer temperatures in British Columbia and the Canadian Archipelago, and cooler ones across southern Quebec and eastern Ontario. Above normal precipitation levels are expected for the Atlantic provinces.
– By M. Markovic, B. Merryfield, M. Alarie, Environment and Climate Change Canada –
Seasonal Outlook for spring 2019 (March, April, May) in Canada includes warmer temperatures in Eastern Canada and Northern Canada, and cooler ones across the central prairies and in to BC. There are currently weak El Niño conditions in the central equatorial Pacific that are forecast to persist throughout the spring 2019.
– By Marko Markovic1, Zeng-Zhen Hu2, Bertrand Denis1, Arun Kumar2 and Dave DeWitt2 –
(1) Environment and Climate Change Canada, Meteorological Service of Canada, 2121 Transcanada Highway, Dorval, Canada; (2) Climate Prediction Center, NOAA/NWS/NCEP, College Park, Maryland, USA.
The CanSIPS-CFSv2 seasonal forecast, or “The White Space Project,” is a joint effort by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to deliver a geographically continuous seasonal forecast over the North American continent.
– By M. Markovic, B. Merryfield, K. Gauthier, M. Alarie, Environment and Climate Change Canada –
Seasonal Outlook (December, January, February) for 2018/19 temperature and precipitation in Canada includes a cooler winter in the Hudson Bay region, a warmer one all along the west coast and up in to Canada’s North, and near normal precipitation levels for much of the country.
– By M. Markovic, B. Merryfield and K. Gauthier, CMC, Montreal –
Seasonal Outlook (June, July, August) for 2018 temperature and precipitation in Canada includes above normal temperatures across southern Canada, and below normal precipitation for the western and central Prairies.