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2015 Long-Range Weather Forecast for Esterhazy, Saskatchewan

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(Nov. 2014 - Oct. 2015)

Complete 2015 Long-Range Weather Forecast for the The Prairies Region, November 2014 to October 2015 includes week-by-week details.

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SEPTEMBER 2015: temperature 10°C (1°C below avg.); precipitation 45mm (30mm above avg. east, 20mm below west); Sep 1-6: Showers east; showers, then snow west; turning chilly; Sep 7-9: Showers east, sunny west; cool; Sep 10-13: Sunny; warm east, cool west; Sep 14-19: Showers east; rain, then snow west; cool; Sep 20-28: Sunny, warm; Sep 29-30: Rain to snow, turning cold.

OCTOBER 2015: temperature 5.5°C (1°C above avg. east, 2°C below west); precipitation 20mm (avg.); Oct 1-4: Sunny east, snow showers west; cold; Oct 5-14: Flurries, then sunny, mild; Oct 15-18: Showers, mild east; sunny, cold west; Oct 19-23: Rain to snow; Oct 24-31: Sprinkles, mild east; sunny, cold west.

Annual Weather Summary: November 2014 to October 2015

Winter temperatures will be colder than normal, with the coldest periods in late December, early to mid-January, and early to mid- and late February. Precipitation will be below normal, but snowfall will be much greater than normal, with the snowiest periods in mid-December, mid- to late February, mid- to late March, and early April.

April and May will be slightly cooler than normal, with near-normal precipitation.

Summer will be hotter and slightly rainier than normal, with the hottest periods in early and late July and early August.

September and October will be wetter than normal with near-normal temperatures in the east and drier than normal with below-normal temperatures in the west.

Temperature and Precipitation November 2014 to October 2015

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