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Alberta's Long Term Weather Forecast Says We'll Be Getting A Super Soggy September

It will warm up occasionally, though!
Weather Forecast For Alberta Predicts A Super Soggy September

Keep your raincoats hand, Septemeber looks like it'll be a wet one. 

The Farmer's Almanac posted their long-term weather forecast for Alberta and it looks like the majority of regions in the province are going to get drenched in the coming month.

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45 millimetres 

Average precipitation expected for September 2020. 

The weather in other Prairie provinces like Saskatchewan and Manitoba will be nearly the same. 

It's supposed to be fairly rainy between September 1 and 14, then the weather warms up for a week or so between September 14 and 19, before cooling back down again with showers expected until the end of the month. 

The average temperature is supposed to be 13 C, which is 2 C higher than what the average's been like in other years. 

The article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only. 

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