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The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Newfoundland, Labrador Long Range Weather Forecast for
April 20th, 2014 - June 15th, 2014

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April 2014

20th-23rd. Surprise! A significant late-season snowstorm hits the region.
24th-27th. Clearing, milder conditions move in.
28th-30th. Temperatures take a sharp plunge.

May 2014

1st-3rd. Rain and even some wet snowflakes.
4th-7th. Very unsettled weather conditions.
8th-11th. "Stratus quo": unsettled conditions persist.
12th-15th. Wet weather.
16th-19th. More showers expected.
20th-23rd. Skies finally clear, temperatures respond by turning milder.
24th-27th. Moderating temperatures.
28th-31st. Showers usher in much colder weather.

June 2014

1st-3rd. Showers, then cooler.
4th-7th. Showers then clearing skies.
8th-11th. Cloudy, foggy, and showery.
12th-15th. Clear, cool initially, then turning muggy by the 15th.

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