SWATHES OF CANADA DEALING WITH HEAVY JUNE SNOW

SWATHES OF CANADA DEALING WITH HEAVY JUNE SNOW

SWATHES OF CANADA DEALING WITH HEAVY JUNE SNOW…
Even though we’re into June –the start of meteorological summer– there are regions of Canada still dealing with freezing lows and heavy snows.

Northern parts of Manitoba, for example, are contending with heavy accumulations through Thursday as an unseasonable Arctic front continues to ride anomalously-far south on the back of a weak and wavy ‘meridional‘ stream flow.

Manitoba’s brutal northerly winds and sizable accumulations of snow have even led Environment Canada to issue a winter storm warning for the province’s northern tiers. The agency’s official forecast is for 30cm (11.8 inches) to fall Thursday, to go along with the 20-30cm that settled Wednesday.

Swathes Of Canada Dealing With Heavy June Snow — Vancouver Island Snowpack 150 Percent Of Average; “Severe Cold Spell” Warnings Issued In Zimbabwe; + Global Temperatures Decreased 0.09C In May

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