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Long Range Weather Forecast for U.S. & Canada from the Farmers' Almanac

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Find weather forecasts for the United States and Canada
by clicking on a zone in either map.

Almanac Weather Outlook for February 24th - February 28th

United States

Northeast & New England
Heavy dose of mixed precipitation.
Great Lakes, Ohio Valley & Midwest
Snow, perhaps mixed with a little sleet/ice.
Southeast U.S.
Showery, except a wintry mix for the high elevations of the Virginias, then fair and milder.
North Central U.S.
Milder, then some snow for Northern/Central Rockies and Plains, then fair/colder weather.
South Central U.S.
Light snow for parts of the Southern Great Plains; rain showers Texas/Louisiana coasts then fair/much colder; widespread frosts. Bundle up at Mardi Gras time.
Northwest U.S.
Milder with some rain showers; some snow over the higher elevations.
Southwest U.S.
Milder, then some rain or (over higher terrain areas) snow, followed by clearing and colder conditions.


Newfoundland, Labrador
Generally fair and continued cold weather.
Snow, perhaps mixed with a little sleet/ice.
Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
Milder, then some snow for the Rockies and Prairies, followed by fair and much colder weather.
British Columbia
Milder with some rain showers; some snow over the higher elevations.

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