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Weekly Long Range Update into Early November

October 4, 2013; 5:52 PM ET

Threat for locally strong thunderstorms with the potential for damaging winds across southwestern Ontario Sunday afternoon and evening as a potent cold front approaches.

The combination of this front and the remains of Karen will lead to a widespread, significant rainfall for about a 6 to 8 hour period early next week over eastern and parts of Atlantic Canada.


Confidence is high that temperatures over the northern and eastern half of Canada will average above-normal the next three weeks. That does not mean that there will not be any chilly weather, but that there will be more warmer days/nights compared to the colder ones.

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