Ensemble forecasts are developed to assess and convey uncertainty in weather forecasts. Unfortunately, ensemble prediction systems (EPS) usually underestimate uncertainty and thus are statistically not reliable. In this study, we apply the Bayesian Processor of Ensemble (BPE), which is an extension of the statistical post-processing method of Bayesian Processor of Forecasts (BPF) to calibrate ensemble forecasts. BPE is performed to obtain a posterior function through the combination of a regression-based likelihood function and a climatological prior. The method is applied to 1–10 day lead time EPS forecasts from the NCEP Global Ensemble Forecast System (GEFS) and the Canadian Meteorological Centre (CMC) of 2-m temperature at 24 stations over the continental United States (CONUS). Continuous rank probability score is used to evaluate the performance of posterior probability forecasts. Results show that post-processed ensembles are much better calibrated than the raw ensemble. In addition, merging two ensemble forecasts by incorporating the CMC ensemble mean as another predictor in addition to GEFS ensemble forecasts is shown to provide more skillful and reliable probabilistic forecasts. BPE has a broad potential use in the future given its flexible framework for calibrating and combining ensemble forecast.