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Winter 2012/2013 Forcast

By: Mikeman444 , 7:54 AM GMT on December 30, 2012

Winter forecast for Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
Issued 12:37am Dec 30 2012.

Sorry for the late forecast, I was caught up in the season and forgot to issue the forecast at the usual time.

After a cold fall winter is starting out cold as well. though this may not last through the whole winter. 2012 is now the 2nd year in a row to not get below -40C in my area. 2012 will finish 0.6C warmer than normal. Not a record but still quite warm.

Overall winter 2012/13 should be near normal with near normal snowfall.

Dec 21-31 2012: Very cold, becoming milder in Alberta.

Jan 1-15 2013: Mild air spreads eastward into Saskatchewan and Manitoba, some rain, freezing rain showers in Alberta.

Jan 15-31: frigid air returns with heavy snow and possible blizzard conditions.

Feb 1-15: Slow warming in most areas and quick thaw.

Feb 15-28: Highly variable, Expect mild spells with rain and freezing rain along with cold snaps with heavy snow.

March 1-20: Becoming warm, possibly an early spring in most areas, will still be a few cold snaps and snowstorms

The views of the author are his/her own and do not necessarily represent the position of The Weather Company or its parent, IBM.

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2. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
3:01 AM GMT on February 01, 2013
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1. whitewabit
8:09 AM GMT on December 30, 2012
Interesting forecast for your area ..
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