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When Is Labor Day 2018 And What’s The Weekend Forecast?

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Canada Labour Day Forecast:

Labour Day in Canada is Monday, September 3rd this year. Have you starting planning your holiday? You might want to check our forecast first! Here’s what we’re predicting for Friday, August 31st through Monday, September 3rd, 2018:

Zone 1 – Newfoundland, Labrador
Very unsettled weather followed by fair weather for Labour Day.

Zone 2 – Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec
Wet initially, but then fair skies move in to hopefully salvage the Labour Day holiday.

Zone 3 – Ontario
Hopefully wet weather moves out in time for Labour Day as skies clear

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Zone 4 – Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
The weekend starts out wet with showers over Saskatchewan and Manitoba for Labour Day; changeable skies for Alberta.

Zone 5 – British Columbia
The weekend starts with a wet spell, then clearing skies for the Labour Day holiday.

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

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1 Frank e Harris Jr Frank E Harris Jr { 08.24.18 at 3:05 pm }

what is the Farmers Almanac predict for the winter for 2018 to 2019 for Buffalo New York

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