We've got our eye on the storm system that may go into the Northeast, the Midwest, or just move along the US/Canada border. That same storm is outlined in a gray circle above. We will be seeing it move northeast as a ridge offshore the West Coast will pump up the storm northward. This storm should push the disturbance currently on Canada's coast eastward, so both systems can go on land. Because it looks like this system is going into Canada, I'm close to ruling out a Midwest storm solution. The ECMWF/GFS models are probably right with keeping the system in Canada and not going into the Midwest or even the Northeast.