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Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan Long Range Weather Forecast for
May 24th, 2017 - July 19th, 2017

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May 2017

24th-27th. Clearing skies, but unseasonably chilly.
28th-31st. Fair at first, then some rain for the Prairies and points east.

June 2017

1st-3rd. Fine, dry weather.
4th-7th. Potent thunderstorms for the Rockies and Prairies.
8th-11th. Windy weather for Saskatchewan/Manitoba and points west.
12th-15th. Showery conditions rapidly spread through the Prairies and points east, followed by clearing skies.
16th-19th. Fair at first, then turning stormy over the Rockies.
20th-23rd. Dangerous thunderstorms capable of producing hail, high winds, and even an isolated tornado or two, sweep east from the Prairies followed by a clearing trend.
24th-27th. Lots of heat; many highs in the 30 to 35°C range, temporarily broken by showers sweeping in from the West.
28th-30th. Hot weather persists.

July 2017

1st-3rd. Canada Day festivities are threatened by squally weather traveling east out of the Rockies.
4th-7th. Mostly fair skies.
8th-11th. Fair initially, followed by showers.
12th-15th. Fair and turning hot with many temperatures in the 30 to 35°C range, followed by scattered thunderstorms developing across the Rockies.
16th-19th. Thunderstorms move out of the Prairies then fair skies.

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