Tuesday 8:30am A cold front will swing through the Maritimes today resulting in cloud and a chance of a shower/thundershower. High pressure will then build in from the west on Wednesday bringing sunshine and seasonal temperatures to the region into Thursday and Friday but an active cold front will sweep across the area later Friday with a good chance of showers and thundershowers. Cooler air floods in behind the cold front for the weekend.
Precipitation.. Chance of showers today then again on Friday
Thunderstorms.. Slight chance today then a better chance on Friday.
Temperatures.. normal for the next few days then becoming above normal for Thursday and Friday.
Wind. Light westerly today becoming northerly tomorrow. Winds will then shift back to the SW early Thursday and continue through the remainder of the period.
Today.. Cloudy periods today with a chance of showers/thundershowers. Light west winds, highs 23.
Tonight.. Mainly clear with fog patches developing, calm winds, lows 12
Wednesday/Thursday.. Sunny, light SW winds, highs 20
Friday.. Sunny becoming cloudy with chance of showers/thundereshowers, light SW winds highs 22
Saturday. Showers ending, highs 20
Sunday.. Sunny, highs 20
Sunday 8:15am High pressure will cross the Maritimes today bringing sunshine to the region but skies will begin to cloud over later today as a low pressure system approaches from the west. This low should pass across the northern parts of the Maritimes during the day on Tuesday and its associated cold front will sweep through the region later Tuesday. High pressure will approach the area on Wednesday and Thursday then yet another cold front will swing through the area on Friday.
Precipitation.. Rain should spread across PEI overnight tonight ending tomorrow afternoon giving 5-10 mms. Showers possible on Tuesday as the cold front swings through. More showers on Friday.
Thundershowers. Chance of thundershowers on Monday.
Temperatures..Near normal throughout the period.
Today.. Sunshine, light W/SW winds, highs 20
Tonight.. Increasing clouds with rain beginning before dawn, light south winds, lows 13
Monday.. Rain with chance of thundershowers, light south winds, highs 18
Tuesday.. Cloudy with chance of showers, light south winds, highs 18
Wednesday-Thursday .. Sunny, light winds, highs 20
Saturday 7:35am A weak cold front will cross the region today giving a few showers and thundershowers. Weak high pressure build in later tonight and tomorrow morning then a low pressure system will approach from the west Sunday night. Spread cloud and rain across the region. A second low pressure system is is expected to develop off the mid Atlantic coast on Wednesday and track NE towards the region. So it;s looks like an unsettled week of weather ahead for the Maritimes.
Precipitation.. Few showers today and this evening. Showers develop late Sunday and continue through Tuesday. Wednesday looks dry then more shower activity beginning on Thursday.
Thunderstorms.. Chance of thundershowers today and this evening then again on Monday.
Temperatures..Normal temps expected through the period.
Today.. Sunny with cloudy periods, chance of showers/thundershowers, brisk west winds, highs 21
Tonight.. Partly cloudy, light west winds, lows 12
Sunday.. Sunny start with increasing clouds, showers late, light-brisk SW winds, highs 21
Monday. Cloudy with showers, light south winds, highs 19
Tuesday.. Rain, light-brisk south winds, highs 18
Wednesday.. Sunny, light west winds, highs 19
Thursday.. Possible rain..
Friday.. Possible rain..
Friday 7:45am A low pressure system located east of Cape Cod this morning will track NE crossing Newfoundland tomorrow morning. Rain from this system should be confined to NS and Cape Breton but cloud and a few showers are possible across PEI especially eastern Kings county. A weak cold front will begin to approach the Maritimes from the west today with a chance of showers and thundershowers moving into western NB later today. The front should cross PEI on Saturday with with showers and risk of thundershowers. HIgh pressure will briefly build in for Sunday then yet another system will approach the region early next week with more cloud and showers.
Precipitation.. Chance of showers today especially across eastern Kings county. Showers and chance of thundershowers tomorrow afternoon and evening as the cold front swings through. Dry on Sunday then more rain begins on Monday.
Thunderstorms.. Chance of storms on Saturday afternoon/evening then again on Monday.
Temperatures.. remaining slightly cool today then temps return to normal beginning tomorrow.
Today..Mostly cloudy with a chance of a shower, light SE winds, highs 15
Tonight.. Cloudy clearing towards dawn, light SE winds, lows 8
Saturday.. Partly cloudy becoming cloudy with chance of showers/thundershowers, light SE winds shifting to light-brisk SW, highs 20
Sunday.. Partly cloudy, light-brisk west winds, highs 17
Monday.. Cloudy with showers/thundershowers, light south winds, highs 17
Tuesday..Showers, light SW winds, highs 20
Thursday 8:15am A low pressure system located near Sable Island this morning will move east to lie south of the Avalon by this evening, Showers and drizzle will end this morning as the low pulls away and some sunshine expected as a weak ridge of high pressure builds in. A low pressure system tracking northward off the US east coast will pass east of Cape Breton Friday night but rainfall expected to remain over NS and Cape Breton, then a cold front will swing through on Saturday with a chance of showers and thundershowers. Another low pressure system will cross the region on Monday and yet another system for Wednesday.
Precipitation.. Showers moving off to the east this morning. Chance of showers developing Friday afternoon/evening as the low tracks b. Rain develops again late Sunday night into Monday then again on Tuesday.
Thunderstorms.. Slight risk of thunderstorms on Saturday
Temperatures..Staying cool today and tomorrow then temperatures return to normal beginning on Saturday.
Wind.. Brisk NE winds will diminish today then remaining light through the weekend.
Today.. Mix of sun and cloud, brisk NE winds diminishing later today, highs 13
Tonight.. Cloudy, light NE winds, lows 8
Friday..Sunny start then becoming cloudy with chance of showers especially down east, light north winds, highs 14
Saturday.. Sunny becoming cloudy with chance of showers or thundershowers, light NW winds, highs 17
Sunday.. Sunny, becoming cloudy with rain developing late in the day, highs 18
Tuesday. Rain late in the day
Wednesday 9:20am A low pressure system located in the Gulf of Maine this morning will move slowly east to lie just south of Halifax overnight tonight then south of Newfoundland by Thursday afternoon. Rain should end tonight as the low pulls away. High pressure briefly builds in over the region for Thursday then yet another low pressure system will track off the east coast on Friday, track northward across Cape Breton then over western Newfoundland. Rain from this system is expected to begin Friday afternoon and continue into early Saturday. There remains lows of uncertainty amongst the models so confidence is quite low with the weekend forecast. Should know more in upcoming posts. High pressure builds in for Sunday then more unsettled weather returns for the beginning of next week.
Precipitation.. Showers or periods of rain today should end tonight giving about 10 mms rain with a lesser amounts up west and higher amounts down east. Rain redevelops again Friday afternoon ending on Saturday. Should have a better idea on amounts in upcoming posts then more rain on Tuesday.
Temperatures..Cool next 3 days then temperatures return to normal beginning on the weekend.
Today.. cloudy with showers or periods of rain, Brisk NE winds, highs 13
Tonight.. Showers ending, light NE winds, lows 10
Thursday.. Mainly cloudy, light-brisk NE winds, highs 13
Friday.. Cloudy with showers developing, light-brisk east winds, highs 12
Saturday.. Showers ending..Brisk east winds shifting to westerly, highs 18
Sunday..Mix of sun and cloud
Monday.. Sunny and cloud
Tuesday 6:15am A NW-SE oriented ridge of high pressure located across southwestern NS this morning will continue to move east to be located over Cape Breton Island by this evening, meanwhile a low pressure system over the Great Lakes will move east today passing over southern NS during the day on Wednesday. Significant rain will fall over the southern areas of the Maritimes and Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement and anticipate rainfall warnings to be issued today. High pressure will build back in over the region on Thursday then yet another low pressure system will track up the eastern seaboard later Friday and into Saturday but there remains lots of spread amongst the long range models so lots of uncertainty exists for the weather into and beyond the weekend.
Precipitation.. Rain should spread across PEI near midnight tonight and end Wednesday night/early Thursday morning. Rainfall amounts of just a few mms up west to as much as 30 mms over southeastern Kings county. Unsettled weather possible Friday night into Saturday then again for the beginning of next week.
Thunderstorms..Possible on the weekend.
Temperatures.. Warm today then falling below normal for the rest of the period.
Today.. Increasing clouds with rain possible by late this evening, light SW winds, highs 21
Tonight.. Rain developing, light NE winds, lows 12
Wednesday.. Rain giving 5-30 mms (higher amounts down east), light-brisk NE winds, highs 13
Thursday.. rain ending early then mix of sun and cloud, light north winds, highs 11
Friday.. Cloudy, chance of showers late, highs 12
Saturday.. Cloudy with chance of showers, highs 16