I remember the winter of 2015-2016, short lasting cold snaps, some cold snaps were record cold temperatures, the record breaking temperatures weren’t much below, the records. After the near record cold, then at those same locations, t almost truesummer heat record of maximum temperatures in the 70ºF’s & 80ºF’s occurring around the American Midwest & northeast. This winter weather pattern, is appearing this September of 2016. Here at Vancouver, BC, a cold front passed Saturday evening of gusting westerly winds over 30 mph and minimum temperatures in the lower 50’s here at Vancouver. The temperatures quickly warmed around southern British Columbia by Monday, after the main cold air mass shipped east of Vancouver. Yesterday’s forecast maximum for Vancouver, Tuesday 13 September 2016, is 70ºF, the maximum temperature has risen 7º since with weekend, after the passage of the cold front. The cold front which passed Vancouver, B.C is moving east, I have checked the weather forecast for locations east of Vancouver; the locations east of Vancouver had freezing minimum temperatures but rapidly rising maximum temperatures in the upper 70ºF’s in a few days at those same locations. So, if this weather pattern, may linger for the winter season of 2016-2017, it will be an exact weather pattern of the winter of 2015-2016.