Thursday 7:45am A weak stalled frontal boundary is stretched across the western Maritmes this morning and will give a few showers and risk of thundershowers today mainly to NB, meanwhile a large area of low pressure near the Great Lakes will move to the north allowing the frontal boundary to lift north of the region as a warm front on Friday. The weekend remains unsettled as another frontal boundary crosses the Maritimes with more showers and thundershowers. This system pulls away to the northeast during the day on Monday with a return to sunshine as an area of high pressure builds in. Cloud and showers return later Wednesday as an upper disturbance approaches the region from Quebec.
Precipitation..Slight chance of a shower tomorrow morning but the bulf of the showers are not expected to begin before dawn on Sunday and end Monday morning. Charts are indicating between 15-25 mms rain. Showers should return again on Wednesday morning.
Thunderstorms. Very slight chance of storm Friday morning then again on Sunday.
Wind.. Light southwest today becoming southeast on Friday morning then shifting to northeast on Friday evening. Winds shifting back to southerly on Saturday increasing to brisk on Sunday then shifting to westerly on Monday.
Temperatures.. Expected to remain a few degrees either side of normal through-out the forecast period with the warmest days being today through Saturday. Slight cool down expected on Sunday.
Today.. Cloudy periods, light southwest winds, highs 27
Tonight.. Cloudy periods, light south winds, lows 18
Friday.. Cloudy, slight chance of a shower or thundershower, light southeast winds becoming northeast later in the afternoon, highs 27
Saturday..Cloudy, light southerly winds, highs 26
Sunday.. Periods of rain and thundershowers (15-25 mms), brisk south winds, highs 25
Monday.. Clearing, light west winds,highs 24