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Is the storm track on pace to hit more of Ontario this year? We explain in our winter outlook.

2014 Winter Outlook: Ontario and Quebec


Tuesday, November 25, 2014, 6:01 AM - The Weather Network’s meteorologists have released this year’s Winter Outlook, forecasting the months of December, January and February. 

Aside from the national outlook, we produce localized outlooks for individual regions. Look below for the outlook for Ontario and Quebec, with a video breakdown up above.

Most of Ontario and Quebec should experience below normal temperatures this winter. Southern parts of the provinces will likely be on the edge of an active storm track through the northeast U.S. 

While most regions are forecast to be near normal for precipitation, there is the potential for more snow than normal especially if the storm track comes farther north.  


Watch other regional winter outlooks: National | B.C.| Prairies | Atlantic Canada


Region Temperature Outlook Precipitation Outlook
Ontario Below normal almost everywhere except for areas near Hudson Bay where near normal temperatures are more likely. Near normal.
Quebec Below normal almost everywhere except the northern part where near normal temperatures are more likely. Near normal almost everywhere except above normal across the Lower North Shore, Gaspésie and Eastern Townships.  

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