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Long Range Weather Forecast for U.S. & Canada from the Farmers' Almanac

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Almanac Weather Outlook for November 20th - November 23rd

United States

Northeast & New England
Weather deteriorates by Thanksgiving. Fair, then rain mixed with wet snow for the hilly terrain of New England; cold rain farther south down to Maryland and Delaware.
Great Lakes, Ohio Valley & Midwest
Deteriorating conditions arrive by Thanksgiving. Fair at first, then turning wet.
Southeast U.S.
Nasty weather pattern for the Thanksgiving holiday; cold winds and rain.
North Central U.S.
Light snows for Great Plains/Rockies followed by clearing in time for Thanksgiving.
South Central U.S.
Unsettled for Thanksgiving. Snow for parts of New Mexico and West Texas; wintry mix for the rest of Texas/Oklahoma, and much of Arkansas. Cold rain Texas/Louisiana Coast.
Northwest U.S.
Some scattered showers of rain and/or (for higher elevations) snow.
Southwest U.S.
Unsettled; some snow again for Nevada, Utah, and northern Arizona.


Newfoundland, Labrador
Stormy weather followed by a shot of drier and much colder weather.
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec
Fair at first, then turning wet with rain mixed with wet snow for hilly terrain areas.
Fair skies at first then turning wet.
Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
Light snows in the Rockies and across prairies followed by clearing.
British Columbia
Some scattered showers of rain and/or (higher elevations) snow.

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