Aug 2016

Windy conditions returning. Rain late tomorrow, before snow on and off for four days.

A high pressure system is moving to our east letting it warm up, and with approaching cold fronts its turning windy again. Rain develops on Tuesday night (~10mm), then a strong front passes through early on Wednesday morning, letting it change to snow in the pre-dawn hours. This tapers off on Wednesday morning before a trough arrives on Wednesday night bringing more snow. So, we have snow from early Wednesday through to Thursday afternoon (15 to 30 cm).

Another front should arrive later on Friday, with no real warm up beforehand, and snow falls from Friday night through most of Saturday with 5 to 10 cm, possibly 15cm.  

High pressure takes over for Sunday and next Monday. The next system may break through the high on Tuesday.

* Commentary above  Courtesy of Jane Bunn #janesweather