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Labor Day Forecast: What’s In Store For The Long Weekend?

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Canadian Labour Day 2017 Forecast

Labour Day in Canada is Monday, September 7th this year. Have you starting planning your holiday? You might want to check our forecast first!

Zone 1 – Newfoundland, Labrador
1st-3rd: Scattered thunderstorms.
4th-7th: Wet weather persists for Labour Day.

Zone 2 – Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec
1st-3rd: Wet weather.
4th-7th: Labour Day is fair and pleasant.

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Zone 3 – Ontario
1st-3rd: Showery conditions are followed by clearing skies.
4th-7th: Generally clear and pleasant conditions for Labour Day.

Zone 4 – Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
1st-3rd: Showery weather is followed by clearing skies.
4th-7th: Weather deteriorates by Labour Day with stormy weather for Alberta and squalls over the Rockies.

Zone 5 – British Columbia
1st-3rd: Showers initially, followed by clearing.
4th-7th: Fair weather on Labour Day deteriorates to stormy conditions.

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We hope you enjoy your holiday weekend with family and friends, whatever the weather!

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1 marie h de la cruz { 08.24.17 at 5:11 pm }

how will the weather be on Sat Sept 9th 2017

2 Susan Higgins { 08.23.17 at 11:06 am }

Hi Vivian, you can check out our long-range forecast for the region in which he’s getting married here:

3 vivian { 08.23.17 at 9:26 am }

my son is getting married in outdoor park Sept 16, will the weather be decent??

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