Monday, December 4, 2017

Early December warming trend set to take over the North Coast this week

If you have friends living in Manitoba, Ontario or Quebec, later this week might be a good time to give them a call and ask "hey, how's the weather there these days" ...

Central Canada is about to descend into the grip of some Arctic like weather, but for those of us coastal dwellers, the next seven days and for now, beyond, are going to be somewhat more pleasant.

Thanks to a building high pressure system in the Gulf of Alaska the jet stream is tracking northward and from that Prince Rupert is set for a high temperature of 12 degrees if the forecast holds true through to Friday.

Overnight lows will also be above the zero mark for the entire week, with tonight bringing a steady temperature of 7 degrees for both the daytime high and overnight low.

Once the rain of today clears out overnight, we'll see occasional showers and even two days of sunshine at midweek before periods of rain return for the weekend.

The Weather Network outlines the December weather trends with the videos below:

A cross Canada forecast review is also available here.

For more items related to weather events on the North Coast see our archive page

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