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Ontario Long Range Weather Forecast for
November 20th, 2019 - December 19th, 2019

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November 2019

Warm air from Gulf of Mexico mixes with cold Arctic air to bring rain and thunderstorms, especially for the Great Lakes.
Wet weather.
A few rain or wet snow showers; colder. Gray Cup at Ottawa’s Frank Clair Stadium sees some spotty precipitation.

December 2019

Rain and wet snow then shifts east into the Great Lakes, followed by clear and cold weather.
A storm from the south moves into Ontario, depositing heavy rain and wet snow. Very cold air follows.
This region will experience a “winterlude” before another bout of wintry weather.
Considerable cloudiness, with scattered showers.
Considerable cloud cover. Perhaps a few showers of rain or wet snow. Unseasonably mild temps.

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