A quick note with respect to YOW – total rainfall for April 2017 so far is 66.4mm, already surpassing the average amount for the entire month which is 63mm. 26.4mm on the 4th and another 36mm on the 6th made up the bulk of the moisture thus far. Some issues with flooding have arisen but should gradually subside as the pattern turns quieter.

Power outages and ferry cancellations plagued parts of BC with the latest storm rolling through, here’s EC’s summary – http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/weathersummaries_e.html

Meanwhile central and eastern sections of the country will experience a warmer-than-normal pattern into the medium range with unsettled conditions possible at times, though nothing major as it currently stands.

06z GFS ensemble mean 2m temp anomalies, days 0-5:

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