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Our Canadian Forecast: The Nitty Gritty

Our Canadian Forecast: The Nitty Gritty

This forecast is for Canada. For our U.S. forecast, click here:

Winter is just around the corner. We revealed our winter weather summary back in August, but many of you are still asking what’s in store for your area over the coming months. So, we thought we’d go into a little more detail.

Newfoundland, Labrador
The season begins with heavy winds, rain, and snow. Clouds will increase for Christmas and Boxing Day, with a snowstorm by the end of the year.

The New Year will bring blustery, cold weather with cold weather and plenty of flurries throughout January and February.

Unsettled conditions will continue into March, with a major coastal system in the second week of the month bringing gale force winds and heavy precipitation. Rain and snow will continue, with colder weather on tap for the spring equinox.

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1 comment

1 Sharon Bell { 11.28.13 at 12:32 am }

Where can I find the weather forecast associated with Mississauga, Ontario ?

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