Yukon, Canada and parts of Alaska, NWT, Nunavut, and British Columbia, the USA/Canada with a blizzard!

While cold weather from western Canada and the Rocky Mountains, the USA /https://mkweather.com/98c-and-snow-in-western-canada-and-snow-and-frosts-are-coming-into-northwest-and-rocky-mountains-the-usa/; https://mkweather.com/98c-and-snow-in-western-canada-and-snow-and-frosts-are-coming-into-northwest-and-rocky-mountains-the-usa// is shifting above eastern parts of the continent /https://mkweather.com/more-heatwaves-in-western-more-coldwaves-in-eastern-usa-until-10-october//, in a northwestern sector of North America, a powerful cyclone with blizzard conditions and the next severe blizzard occurred.

The strongest blizzard is forecasted for the Canadian province Yukon, where 10-20 cm of snow is possible, snowstorm however partially hits Eastern Alaska, Northwestern Territory (NWT), Nunavut, or northern British Columbia, too.

A station of Tok, Alaska, reported on Tuesday, 21. September 2021 8.8 inches / 22,4 cm of snow and in the wider region, the next snowfall until Saturday, 25. September is forecasted.

In Canada, warnings before 7.9 inches / 20 cm snowfall are valid for Dempster Highway, Yukon, and 2-4 inches / 5-10 cm for Dawson and Mayo.

In Eureka, Northwestern Territory, minimum temperature on Thursday, 23. September, already decreased to -13,7°C, Bettles in Alaska reported -6,1°C.

114 from 819 stations in Canada (14%) and 12 from 231 stations in the USA (mainly Alaska, around 5%) on 23. September reported frosts and in the next weeks, a region with frosts and snowfall will be quickly increasing.

As we forecasted in the article before, the Rocky Mountains will receive the next snowfall near a possible short coldwave dividing 2 blocks with extremely hot weather in the next 16-day period /https://mkweather.com/more-heatwaves-in-western-more-coldwaves-in-eastern-usa-until-10-october//. Some snow should appear even in mountainous parts of the Northeast, the USA.

Iqualuit, Nunavut, Canada: Source The Weather Network
Near Fairbanks, Alaska, Source: NWS Fairbank
Source: The Weather Network
Source: tropicaltidbits.com
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