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Detailed 2007 Long-Range Forecast
for the Newfoundland and the Maritimes Region


Winter temperatures will be milder than normal, on average, with the coldest periods in mid- and late January and mid-February. Precipitation will be near or slightly below normal. Snowfall will be above normal in New Brunswick and below normal in most other areas. The heaviest widespread snowfalls will occur in mid- and late December, mid-February, and mid-March.

Temperatures in April and May will be near normal, on average, with below-normal precipitation.

Summer will be cooler and drier than normal. The hottest periods will be in mid- to late June, and early and late August.

September and October will be rainier and cooler than normal.

Detailed Forecast for the Next Two Months


Our detailed 2007 Long-Range Forecast covers
November 2006 to October 2007


January 2007
Avg. Temperature: -6°C (avg.)
Precipitation: 80mm (20mm below avg.)
Jan. 1-3: Rain, then sunny; mild
Jan. 4-8: Snow showers, cold
Jan. 9-10: Rain, mild
Jan. 11-15: Snow, then sunny, cold
Jan. 16-21: Rain and snow, mild
Jan. 22-23: Sunny, cold
Jan. 24-28: Snow, then sunny, very cold
Jan. 29-31: Showers, mild
February 2007
Avg. Temperature: -5.5°C (2° above avg. north; 2° below south)
Precipitation: 125mm (100mm above avg. north; 30mm below south)
Feb. 1-4: Snow, cold
Feb. 5-10: Rain, mild north; sunny, cold south
Feb. 11-14: Heavy snow, cold
Feb. 15-18: Snowstorm, very cold
Feb. 19-26: Snow, then heavy rain north; snow showers, cold south
Feb. 27-28: Sunny, seasonable
 
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