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Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan Long Range Weather Forecast for
August 20th, 2019 - September 19th, 2019

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August 2019

Chilly air enters Rockies and Prairies by the 23rd.
Manitoba and all points east: heavy rain, with somewhat cooler and drier weather following.
More unseasonably chilly air brings relief following heavy rain and thunderstorms over the Prairies.

September 2019

Thunderstorms—some heavy—for the Rockies; they then move into the Prairies for Labour Day.
Dry weather, but temperatures are on a definite decline.
A strong push of unseasonably chilly air spills across the Prairies. Showery for the lee slopes of the Rockies.
Showers slowly diminish, ending from west to east.
Crisp and chilly over most of the Rockies and Prairies.

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