I think quite a few bears will be taken in the additional bear seasons, but a record harvest will still be dependent on fair weather during the traditional rifle season and a good mast crop across the northern tier.
Virginia and West Virginia both have early seasons when it is hot and leaves on the trees and they get a few bears...The die hard hunters will get a few bears but most will wait until rifle to go out...
I don't think the archery/muzzleloader/early rifle season will effect much....but I do think if weather plays along, the season could be one for the books. Last year's weather saved a lot of bear in the traditional high take areas. Guys simply couldn't get to areas they normally hunt.
On the same note, some areas of the NW didn't get so much of the weather but we had snow and the harvest was a good bit higher than normal so those areas may be a little lower..