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The 2016 Farmers Almanac
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Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, West Virginia, Virginia

Southeast U.S. Long Range Weather Forecast for
October 24th, 2016 - December 19th, 2016

Includes Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, West Virginia, Virginia

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October 2016

24th-27th. Scattered showers, then becoming fair.
28th-31st. Turning stormy.

November 2016

1st-3rd. Clearing skies; colder temperatures. Frosts into the Southland.
4th-7th. Unsettled and milder.
8th-11th. Pleasant weather.
12th-15th. Heavy showers, a few thunderstorms; gale-force winds along the coast.
16th-19th. Gusty winds, unseasonably cold. Mostly fair Mississippi River Valley, then becoming overcast, blustery.
20th-23rd. Fair in Mississippi Valley, points westward. Farther east, unsettled with rain.
24th-27th. Gusty winds and showery.
28th-30th. Gradually clearing skies, turning progressively colder.

December 2016

1st-3rd. Squalls Mississippi Valley. Showers from the Middle Atlantic States down into Florida.
4th-7th. Clear, cold. Widespread frosts.
8th-11th. Heavy showery rains, perhaps even a few thunderstorms.
12th-15th. Cold, dry initially, then scattered showers.
16th-19th. Showers, then clearing.

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