The Farmers’ Almanac just released its 2016 Canadian winter outlook.
Here they are agreeing with El Nino patterns showing British Columbia being mild and dry.
The rest of Canada will be cold this winter. Not much surprise there.
Their USA Winter Outlook for 2016 can be found here:
FARMERS’ ALMANAC 2016 CANADIAN WINTER OUTLOOK:
“Precipitation-wise, if you like snow, then you should head out to Quebec, Ontario, and the Maritimes where snowier-than-normal conditions are forecast.
Snowfall will also be above average for the Prairie Provinces. Meanwhile, near- to possibly below-normal winter precipitation appears on tap for British Columbia. Near-normal amounts of snow are predicted for the Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.
Over Quebec and the Maritimes, we are “red-flagging” the second week of January and the second week of February for possible heavy winter weather with a protracted spell of stormy weather extending through much of the first half of March.” – Farmers’ Almanac