Wednesday 5:15pm A weal frontal trough is slowly approaching from the west today and will stall over NB tomorrow. A large area of low pressure will track south of the Great Lakes Friday night then northward toward Labrador during the weekend. A new low pressure system will develop off the mid Atlantic states and track through the Maritimes during the weekend as well. High pressure returns on Monday and lasts through mid week.
Precipitation.. Chance of showers tomorrow afternoon and again on Friday. More organized rain expected to begin early on Saturday and continues through Sunday. Charts are still not agreeing on rainfall with amounts ranging from 5 mms to as highs as 20mms through Sunday night.
Thunderstorms. Slight chance of storms tomorrow then again again on Sunday.
Wind.. Light southwest winds will shift to northeast early Friday morning then back to southeast Saturday evening.
Temperatures.. Hot again tomorrow then a coll down to normal temperatures beginning on Friday.
Tonight.. Mainly clear, light winds, lows 17
Thursday.. Cloudy periods, chance of a afternoon pop-up shower/thundershower, light southwest winds, highs 28
Friday.. Cloudy with chance of showers, light northeast winds, highs 24.
Saturday.. Cloudy with showers, light southeast winds, highs 24.
Sunday.. Cloudy with showers/thundershowers, brisk southeast winds, highs 26.
Monday.. Clearing, light west winds, highs 25
Tuesday.. Sunny, light west winds, highs 25