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Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan Long Range Weather Forecast for
September 20th, 2017 - November 19th, 2017

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September 2017

Severe thunderstorms race rapidly east from the Rocky Mountains and across the Prairies.
Brisk winds for the Prairies provinces.
Unsettled with some wet snow possible over the highest elevations of Alberta and Saskatchewan; squally weather elsewhere.

October 2017

Fair skies.
Stormy: some wet snow over the Rockies and flurries over the Prairies.
Fair and cold for Thanksgiving.
Turning unsettled followed by clearing skies.
Stormy weather spreads first into the Rockies, then heavy rains spread into Manitoba.
Clearing skies and colder.
Fair skies rapidly change to unsettled conditions.
Tranquil at first, then turning stormy over the Rockies; increasing cloudiness elsewhere.

November 2017

Stormy weather over Alberta-Saskatchewan and points east.
Fair and cold.
Light snow for the Rockies and points east.
Fair, then turning stormy, including the prairies.
Storms clear Saskatchewan-Manitoba area and all points west; turning colder.

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