Canada's winter forecast predicts Toronto's weather in Ontario, Quebec
Accuweather released a Canadian winter forecast on Monday, warning residents of Ontario and Quebec that they should guard against snow clouds. & Nbsp;
Dry and soft conditions are expected on the west coast, especially in southern areas such as Vancouver, Victoria and Kamloops, B.C. The main storm track should bring rain and snow to the northern parts of the province. & Nbsp;
"We think the jet stream comes directly from the Pacific Ocean to northern British Columbia and then dives south to the eastern prairies, which let through cold air."
There is nothing out of the ordinary in the predictions, Anderson said. Significant snow events have already been reported, but the total amount of snowfall may be lower than in previous years. & Nbsp;
The jet stream is likely to bring more wind to Alberta than usual, laying the groundwork for more chinook events and drier conditions, especially in the south. In the southwest, much of these winds could be avoided. This means, however, that for Calgary and Altai Lethbridge there is a dramatic temperature fluctuation.
Cold air traveling through northern B.C. It is predicted to dive through prairies in eastern Alberta. This does not mean that most Albanians have a clear mind. & Nbsp;
"There will certainly be both bitter cold outbreaks, especially in the first half of winter," Anderson said. "It looks like a cold winter compared to many other pasts."
Arctic cold air can bring unexpected storms and snowfall to Regina and Winnipeg. Anderson said frigid degrees are expected on the eastern prairies. & Nbsp; Towards the end of winter, dry and mild weather is expected in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. & Nbsp;
Central Canada is expected to be a great place for skiing and snowmobiling in the coming months, according to Accuweather. From the Greater Toronto Area to the Ottawa Valley, Canadians are expected to experience heavy, significant snowfall.
In the heart of winter, there is a lot of snow in southern Ontario and southern Quebec, Anderson told HuffPost. Most of these storms are expected to hit in late December and January.
In Ontario, much of the icy frost is expected to remain in northwestern Ontario, which should reduce the amount of snow on Lake Ontario, Anderson said. "It could change towards February as it gets colder," he added. & Nbsp;
This means that the snowy season with lakes may peak later in the year around large lakes. & Nbsp; But be careful on the roads, especially in Southern Ontario.
Montreal and the city of Quebec should see snowy conditions along with the rest of the province as moisture moves up southwest. But this year shouldn't be too cold if Arctic air stays farther west on its course. The colder conditions may come to Quebec later in the winter.
The beginning of winter at Maritimes should be characterized by mild, airless southwest. The warm waters of the Atlantic coasts should also help to keep the days less cold than usual. & Nbsp;
That means Maritimes has a "warmer-than-normal winter" in stock, "Anderson told HuffPost. "But it can get stormy and a bit colder when we get to the end of winter as the storm track shifts in February."
During the first half of the winter, rainfall on the islands of Saint John, N.B., Halifax and St. John may be replaced by rain or ice instead of snow. & Nbsp;