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Victoria Day 2012 Forecast

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Victoria Day 2012 Forecast

As Americans wait impatiently for a their three-day weekend to come, Canadians will be celebrating a full week earlier, with Victoria Day — or National Patriots’ Day, depending on which province you live in — on Monday, May 28.

Will the skies be sunny, or will things get soggy, this Victoria Day? The Farmers’ Almanac knows the answer! Here’s what we’re predicting for your region:

Newfoundland & Labrador
A spell of fair weather over the weekend, followed by showery conditions, with gusty winds, on Monday.

Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec
A spell of fair weather over the weekend, followed by showery conditions, with gusty winds, on Monday.

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Squally weather during the early part of the weekend, followed by fair skies.

Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
Clear, but unseasonably chilly, over the weekend, followed by fair skies on Monday

British Columbia
Clear, but quite cool, over the weekend, turning unsettledby Monday.

Happy national holiday!

Looking for the Memorial Day forecast for the U.S.? Click here!

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