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Canada Day 2011 Forecast

Canada Day 2011 Forecast

Canada Day is a Canadian federal holiday celebrating the “birthday” of Canada. This is the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the Constitution Act, which united three British colonies into a new country called Canada.

Before you make plans for those cookouts or fireworks, be sure to read our forecast for Canada Day weekend:

Zone 1 – Newfoundland, Labrador
Fair for Canada Day weekend.

Zone 2 – Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec
Violent thunderstorms in Quebec and New Brunswick may seriously impact the Canada Day weekend.

Zone 3 — Ontario
Canada Day weekend starts with squalls sweeping across the Great Lakes, followed by clearing.

Zone 4 — Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
Fair across the Prairies for the Canada Day weekend.

Zone 5- British Columbia
Fair from the Pacific Coast inland for the Canada Day weekend.

Not from Canada, or vacationing in the U.S.? Check our Independence Day forecast! And don’t forget to visit our long-range forecast to see up to four months of detailed predictions for your region.

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