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Ontario Long Range Weather Forecast for
May 24th, 2017 - July 23rd, 2017

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May 2017

24th-27th. Agitated atmospheric conditions are followed by fair skies.
28th-31st. Fair weather gives way to unsettled skies.

June 2017

1st-3rd. Rain and showers.
4th-7th. Potent thunderstorms as far as western Ontario area by the 7th.
8th-11th. Few lingering showers.
12th-15th. Showers rapidly spread in from the West, and then just as rapidly move out followed by a clearing trend.
16th-19th. Fair, followed by increasingly cloudy skies.
20th-23rd. Dangerous thunderstorms capable of producing hail, high winds, and even an isolated tornado or two, especially over the Great Lakes, then a clearing trend.
24th-27th. A hot spell, with temperatures soaring to the 30 to 35°C. range, eventually broken by scattered showers.
28th-30th. Thundery, followed by clearing.

July 2017

1st-3rd. Canada Day could be marred by severe thunderstorms capable of producing large hail and tornadoes for western Ontario; farther east, sunny to partly cloudy and dry.
4th-7th. Heavy thunderstorms, especially across the Great Lakes, followed by a return to fair skies.
8th-11th. Gusty winds and showery rain.
12th-15th. Turning mostly fair and hot; highs in the 30 to 35°C range.
16th-19th. Thunderstorms, especially Great Lakes.
20th-23rd. Mostly fair and very warm.

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