Saturday 5:45pm High pressure building in over the Maritimes today should allow for mainly clear skies tonight and diminishing northerly winds. This should allow temperatures to drop under strong raditional cooling. A weak trough of low pressure will cross the region late Sunday giving a chance of showers. High pressure builds back in over the Maritimes on Monday and Tuesday. Moisture from Isaac is expected to approach on Wednesday and last through Friday with the southern areas of the Maritimes having the best chance at rainfall.
Precipitation..Next chance for rain appears to be later on Wednesday when Isaac moves in. Will have a better idea on amounts in a couple days.
Thunderstorms.. Low chance over the forecast period.
Wind.. Diminishing northerly winds tonight, light northwest tomorrow, light southwest on Monday and Tuesday becoming light southeasterly on Wednesday increasing to brisk southeasterly on Thursday.
Temperatures.. Cool tonight then normal temperatures expected through the period.
Tonight.. Mainly clear, very light northerly winds, fog patches developing with lows near 6.
Sunday.. cloudy periods developing in the afternoon, light northwest winds, highs 19
Monday. Sunny, light southwest winds, highs 21
Tuesday..Cloudy, light southwest winds, highs 21
Wednesday.. Cloudy with showers, light southeast winds, highs 18