Computer models are mixed, but La Nina weather patterns should lead to a cold and snowy winter across much of Western Canada, according to a seasonal outlook from meteorologist Anthony Farnell of Global News. Much of Ontario and Quebec are also expected to see more snow than normal, although the snow there is forecast to come with warmer temperatures.

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