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  • Writer's pictureKyle Sooley-Brookings

Cooler Air to Push into Atlantic Canada

After what has been a warm week, cooler and more seasonal air has once again returned to most of Atlantic Canada. Cooler temperatures are in the forecast today across the Maritimes and it will be a similar story on Sunday in Newfoundland.

This past week the snow that many areas have had has almost disappeared and instead of our typical January snow, it has been raining or at least a rain and snow mix.

As we move into the weekend and into next week temperatures will return to more seasonal values.

Here are some normal daytime highs for Friday

  • St. John's -0.5°C

  • Gander -2.9°C

  • Corner Brook -2.0 °C

  • Labrador City -17.1°C

  • Sydney -0.8°C

  • Halifax -0.9°C

  • Yarmouth 1.3°C

  • Charlottetown -2.9°C

  • Moncton -3.3°C

  • Fredericton -3.9°C

There are no storms on the horizon either. This coming week looks relatively quiet. There is an area of low pressure that will pass well southeast of Newfoundland on Sunday but no impacts are expected.


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