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The 2016 Farmers Almanac
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Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan Long Range Weather Forecast for
December 8th, 2016 - February 7th, 2017

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December 2016

8th-11th. Big storm moves out of the Southwestern United States, with 20 to 40 cm of accumulation possible.
12th-15th. Cold temperatures. Fair for the Prairies, then turning unsettled.
16th-19th. Clouds gradually give way to clearing skies; developing sun.
20th-23rd. Stormy with more heavy snow across the Rockies and Prairies.
24th-27th. Fair skies and colder on the Prairies; sunshine for Boxing Day festivities.
28th-31st. Scattered snow showers across the Rockies and Prairies.

January 2017

1st-3rd. Milder, then light snows from the Rockies through Manitoba.
4th-7th. Mostly fair.
8th-11th. Heavy snow (20 to 30 centimeters) from the Rockies through the Prairies.
12th-15th. Mostly fair and frigidly cold.
16th-19th. Light snows.
20th-23rd. Stormy with snowy/windy conditions spreading east across the Prairies.
24th-27th. Mixed sun and clouds accompanied by bitter cold winds.
28th-31st. Fair, followed by wet weather.

February 2017

1st-3rd. Fair weather prevails.
4th-7th. Powerful storm from the Pacific pushes a heavy snowfall across parts of the Rockies and Prairies. Look for 30 centimeters or more.

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