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Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec Long Range Weather Forecast for
October 24th, 2016 - December 19th, 2016

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October 2016

24th-27th. Scattered showers, then becoming fair.
28th-31st. Turning stormy over the Atlantic Seaboard with widespread flooding possible; some flakes of wet snow could mix in over the Laurentian Plateau.

November 2016

1st-3rd. Clearing skies, colder.
4th-7th. Unsettled conditions.
8th-11th. Pleasant weather for Remembrance Day.
12th-15th. Major storm! Squally conditions; some snow possible in Quebec.
16th-19th. Windy, cold.
20th-23rd. Unsettled, with some wet snow and/or rain.
24th-27th. Fair at first, then turning very unsettled with squalls.
28th-30th. Clearing skies and turning progressively colder.

December 2016

1st-3rd. Fair skies.
4th-7th. Turning colder.
8th-11th. Big storm moves out of Southwestern United States and heads toward the Maritimes. Heavy snow with accumulations of 15 to 30 cm possible over Quebec, New Brunswick; heavy showery rains, possible thunderstorm for Nova Scotia, P.E.I.
12th-15th. Cold; a few showers and flurries.
16th-19th. Unsettled conditions persist.

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