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"It was going to be one of Rabbit's busy days."

What does "it was going to be" mean?
was he busy? was it yesyerday? before?

It will rain tomorrow 明日雨がふるでしょう。
It is going to rain tomorrow. 明日雨が降るでしょう ← is this sentence ok?
It was going to rain tomo.... ← i think tomorrow is strange. and i don't know at all.


"will", "be going to" の違いは、予め予定が立ててあるか、ないかの違いかな?と、少し理解しているつもりだったのですが、この文章に出会って全くわからなくなりました。"was going to be" は、忙しくなる予定だったけど、結局、忙しくならなかった。という意味ですか?

It was going to be one of Rabbit's busy days. As soon as he woke up he felt important, as if everything depended upon him. It was just the day for Organizing Something,or for Writing a Notice Signed Rabbit, or for seeing What Everybody Else Thought About It.....
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"It was going to be one of Rabbit's busy days."

What does "it was going to be" mean? 
was he busy? was it yesyerday? before?

It will rain tomorrow 明日雨がふるでしょう。
It is going to rain tomorrow. 明日雨が降るでしょう ← is this sentence ok?
It was going to rain tomo.... ← i think tomorrow is strange. and i don't know at all.


"will", "be going to" の違いは、予め予定が立ててあるか、ないかの違いかな?と、少し理解しているつもりだったのですが、この文章に出会って全くわからなくなりました。"was going to be" は、忙しくなる予定だったけど、結局、忙しくならなかった。という意味ですか?
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