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Victoria Day 2011 Forecast

As Americans wait impatiently for a their three-day weekend to come, Canadians will be celebrating a full week earlier, with Victoria Day — or National Patriots’ Day, depending on which province you live in — on May 23.

Will the skies be sunny, or will things get soggy, this Victoria Day? The Farmers’ Almanac knows the answer! Here’s what we’re predicting for your region:

Zone 1 – Newfoundland, Labrador
Dry and pleasant for Victoria Day weekend.

Zone 2 – Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec
Variable weather for the Victoria Day weekend: thunderstorms sweep from Quebec across the Atlantic Coast, then clear.

Zone 3 – Ontario
Mixed sun and clouds for the Victoria Day weekend.

Zone 4 – Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
Slowly clearing for the Victoria Day weekend.

Zone 5 — British Columbia
Gradually clearing for the Victoria Day weekend.

Happy barbecuing!

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