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Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan Long Range Weather Forecast for
December 8th, 2019 - January 7th, 2020

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December 2019

8th-11th.
A storm from the Rockies brings snow to the Prairies.
12th-15th.
A Pacific storm brings widespread rain and snow to the Rockies yet again.
16th-19th.
Considerable cloudiness, with a passing snow flurry or two.
20th-23rd.
Waves of storminess from Alaskan waters produce periods of heavy rain and snow as a series of low-pressure disturbances enter British Columbia and then propagate to the east. Bitterly cold temperatures follow.
24th-27th.
Generally fair, dry, and very cold for Christmastime and Boxing Day.
28th-31st.
Moisture and energy from British Columbia bring a renewed threat of snow.

January 2020

1st-3rd.
Fair, cold.
4th-7th.
Snow Rockies to Manitoba.

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