|A dark webcam image from early this morning in Canmore, Alberta where it is -2C with light snow. You can see the snow covering the ground and the buildings. (canmorealberta.com)|
Meanwhile here in the east it is perhaps summer's last stance. It is a mild and muggy morning with a southwest flow of moisture streaming north from the Gulf of Mexico and into Ontario and Quebec. The elevated humidity and long nights have led to widespread fog along the Eastern Seaboard and into our region. The fog will dissipate followed by a partly sunny and warm day with highs near 21C (70F). The above normal temperatures are here to stay until that aforementioned cold front arrives by late Friday. From a precipitation point of view, we are looking at a slight risk of showers today with an elevated risk of showers and thunderstorms by Thursday. The weather will remain unsettled into the weekend with more showers, and turning much colder with highs not getting above 10C (50F) on Sunday and Thanksgiving Monday.