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The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Ontario Long Range Weather Forecast for
July 12th, 2014 - September 7th, 2014

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July 2014

12th-15th. Showers taper off, end.
16th-19th. Unsettled conditions.
20th-23rd. Heat increasing; risk of stray thunderstorm.
24th-27th. Hot temperatures, frequent thunderstorms. Some, especially parts of Central, Western Ontario, capable of large hail.
28th-31st. Showers, thunderstorms cover Great Lakes, points east.

August 2014

1st-3rd. Unsettled with showery rains.
4th-7th. Becoming partly cloudy to clear for Simcoe Day.
8th-11th. Clear, hot, humid.
12th-15th. Slow-moving storm system deposit bountiful rains for Great Lakes.
19th-19th. Rains briefly end, then return by the 19th.
20th-23rd. Heavy rains, scattered thunderstorms.
24th-27th. Heavy rains gradually subside, turns somewhat cooler, drier.
28th-31st. More unseasonably chilly air brings relief following heavy rain, thunderstorms.

September 2014

1st-3rd. Record low nighttime temperatures for Labour Day Great Lakes then points east.
4th-7th. A shower or two, then clearing, unseasonably chilly air extends east from Great Lakes.

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