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Will the Easter Bunny Bring Good Weather?

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Will the Easter Bunny Bring Good Weather?

Peter Cottontail will soon be hopping down the Bunny Trail, but will he need to wear a slicker and some galoshes? Check out the Farmers’ Almanac’s Long Range Forecast for your area to find out.

For Easter weekend, we’re expecting nasty storms over much of the East Coast and Great Lakes region, with sunnier skies from the Plains States and Provinces westward. Here’s a closer look at what we’re predicting for your region:

24th-27th. Big thunderstorms sweep east into the Northeast.

Great Lakes
24th-27th. Big thunderstorms march east through Ohio River as well as the central and eastern Great Lakes.

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Southeast U.S.
24th-27th. Squally. Big thunderstorms eastward through Tennessee.

North Central U.S.
24th-27th. Fair.

South Central U.S.
24th-27th. Plentiful sunshine.

Northwest U.S.
24th-27th. Continued fair.

Southwest U.S.
24th-27th. Mixed clouds and sun.

Newfounbdland, Labrador
24th-27th. Fair and turning noticeably milder. Nice for Easter Monday.

Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec
24th-27th. Big thunderstorms sweep east into Quebec and the Maritimes. Easter Monday could be wet.

24th-27th. Big thunderstorms move through the central and eastern Great Lakes and eastern Ontario. Unsettled for Easter Monday.

Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
24th-27th. Fair; sun for Easter Monday.

British Columbia
24th-27th. Continued fair. Nice for Easter Monday.

For more weather predictions, be sure to check out our Long Range Forecast.

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1 Joyce P { 04.20.11 at 10:08 pm }

I know Wasp can be a pest, and will sting, but I try not to hurt them. We need our insects to keep our earth going. They sense if you are afraid of them, and also will attack you if they are building a nest. I try to give them their space. As long as they aren’t bothering me, I don’t bother them.

2 Joyce { 04.20.11 at 10:00 pm }

The Easter Bunny is due this weekend, and our weather is unsettled so far. cold one day, warm the next. Rain yesterday, and we sure did need the wet down. Snow in the mountains tonight and we have felt the chill all day. We can’t put away our coats yet. Hopefully, Easter wll be warm. We have yet to see.

3 Joycee { 04.16.11 at 4:50 pm }

Big plans for the Easter Bunny this year. Good weather, good food and hopefully good family fun are what’s in store for his visit to my part of the country.

4 juli { 04.14.11 at 5:21 am }

As far as wasps go have you tried a wasp trap? Dont know about the states but you can buy them in Spain along with a bottle of wasp attractor, they do work. Moles.. you could try a vibrating deterrent that is dug into the lawn and makes a regular vibration that puts off the moles.. try looking it up on the net

5 cindy { 04.13.11 at 8:29 pm }

WOOHOO! It’s going to be nice for the Easter Bunny in my state.

6 Magdalena A Lane { 04.13.11 at 12:49 pm }

WASPS- They love me.. got bitten last year and ended up in the emergency
They are again, hovering around, what would deter them from building a
nest. Had two nests cleaned up by professionals last year.. I was thinking, moth balls?, they love to go under my little deck and have taped up other crevices they occupied last year.

7 David McCoy { 04.13.11 at 10:40 am }

Herfe in north centrel Texas we’ve been experiencing days of high winds, very chilly mornings and little rain. I wish the Easter Bunny would bring us a little rain, watering my garden against these high winds leaves me wetter than any April shower!

8 Jaime McLeod { 04.13.11 at 11:35 am }

Hi Ronice. We just started a new series on pest control, and Shawn, our wildlife management specialist, will be answering this next month. In the meantime, some people suggest that moles hate moth balls or Juicy Fruit gum near their burrows. You can also try to trap them by placing a bucket inside one of their entrances. They’ll fall in, and you can release them elsewhere. I’m sure Shawn will have other suggestions. Keep an eye on our home and garden page.

9 Ronice Adams { 04.13.11 at 9:35 am }

How do you get rid of moles in your garden and yard?

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