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Ontario Long Range Weather Forecast for
July 24th, 2017 - September 19th, 2017

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July 2017

Scattered shower activity, then clearing skies.

August 2017

Thunderstorms, especially through the Great Lakes area, followed by fair weather.
Becoming showery again for the Great Lakes area; possibly wet for Simcoe Day.
Clearing skies; gusty winds.
Widespread thunderstorm activity; some storms could be severe and accompanied by hail and high winds.
Mostly fair.
Unsettled, wet, followed by clearing skies.
Thunderstorms; heavy-to-severe activity sweeps into western Ontario; remaining fair farther east.
Clearing for western Ontario; heavy thunderstorm activity sweeps over central and eastern regions.

September 2017

Showery conditions are followed by clearing skies.
Generally clear and pleasant conditions for Labour Day.
Thunderstorms followed by improving weather.
Fair skies.
Rain falls, especially over the Great Lakes, followed by clearing, cooler conditions.

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