Wednesday 7:00am High pressure will remain to the south of the Maritimes over the next couple days resulting in a warm southwesterly wind. A cold front will begin to approach the region from the northwest on Friday and cross the are on Saturday with a slight chance of showers. Models have now backed off on Precipitation across the Maritimes on Sunday. The low pressure system will be tracking well off the coast allowing high pressure to build in over the area. This high appears to dominate the weather picture right through until early Thursday.
Precipitation.. Few showers possible on late Saturday as the front crosses.
Wind.. Light southwest today increasing to brisk southwest on Thursday. Light southwest on Friday will increase again to brisk southwesterly on Saturday then shift to northwesterly Saturday evening. Brisk northerly winds on Sunday shifting to light northeasterly on Monday. Wind for mid week will all depend on where the ridge of high pressure is oriented.
Thunderstorms.. not expected through the forecast period.
Tropical systems. Tropical storm Nadine has developed in the tropical Atlantic and is expected to remain out in the open Atlantic otherwise known as a fish storm.
Today.. Sunny, light southwest winds, highs 20.
Tonight.. Mainly clear, light/calm winds, lows 14
Thursday.. Sunny, light/brisk southwest winds, highs 23
Friday.. Few clouds, light southwest winds, highs 21
Saturday..Becoming cloudy with chance of showers later in the day, brisk southwest winds shifting to northerly in the evening, highs 21
Sunday.. Cloudy periods, brisk north winds, highs 16
Monday..Cloudy periods, light northeast winds, highs 17
Tuesday-Thursday.. Mix of sun and cloud..