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Ontario Long Range Weather Forecast for
September 16th, 2019 - October 15th, 2019

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September 2019

Showery. Residual effects from a landfalling tropical cyclone could produce heavy rainfall for parts of eastern Ontario.
Light showers.
Rain and showers are widely scattered and light. Cool temperatures to start, then moderating.
A developing storm system brings rainy weather to the Great Lakes-Ontario, followed by a freeze or frost.

October 2019

Cold rains across the Great Lakes.
Great Lakes: several showers and a few thunderstorms.
Rains move to the east of the Great Lakes; then clear and cooler weather moves in from the west.
Generally fair weather prevails for Thanksgiving.

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