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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Ontario Long Range Weather Forecast for
December 24th, 2014 - February 23rd, 2015

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December 2014

24th-27th. Showers of rain, wet snow persist for Christmas and Boxing Day.
28th-31st. Blustery, much colder, frequent snow showers and flurries as 2014 comes to a close.

January 2015

1st-3rd. Fair skies and cold.
4th-7th. Fair Eastern Provinces, then snow for the St. Lawrence River Valley.
8th-11th. Snowy around the Great Lakes.
12th-15th. Fair, cold all of Ontario.
16th-19th. Snow squalls Great Lakes.
20th-23rd. Snow, then turning fair and cold.
24th-27th. Frigid air plunges southward. Snow showers and squalls to the lee of Lakes Superior, Huron, and Georgian Bay.
28th-31st. Clearing, cold.

February 2015

1st-3rd. Wet Great Lakes, followed by clearing, cold.
4th-7th. Periods of some light snow.
8th-11th. Colder weather Great Lakes.
12th-15th. Snow; increasing in intensity and heading east.
16th-19th. Mixed clouds and sun for Family Day.
20th-23rd. More periods of snow; heaviest activity again over eastern areas.

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