COVID-19 means more Canadians will be spending the winter at home than ever before and trips to tropical beaches will likely be replaced with local outdoor activities like skiing, skating and snowmobiling, but all of this requires snow.
In a typical La Niña winter, much of southern Canada gets blanketed in snow thanks to an active northern jet stream and an almost constant supply of cold air feeding south from the Arctic.
Unfortunately, computer models are not in agreement with the upcoming winter so confidence in my forecast is lower than usual.
Global News chief meteorologist Anthony Farnell has a detailed look at what weather you can expect across Canada this winter.
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