Wednesday 6:30pm A north-south ridge of high pressure located across New England this afternoon will drift slowly eastward tonight and should cross the district by tomorrow afternoon. A low pressure system will develop in the Gulf of Maine on Thursday and track into the Maritimes Thursday night through Friday. Another system will cross the region on Saturday then a stronger low pressure system will sweep through the region on Sunday night into Monday. High pressure builds in for Tuesday and Wednesday then another system will be approaching form the Great Lakes on Thursday.
Precipitation.. Rain should begin Thursday night/early Friday morning giving 5 mms. Showers on Saturday should give another 5 mms. Sunday night/Monday system expected to drop 10-15 mms but needs watching as significant of rain will be falling just east of the Maritimes through Newfoundland. If this system sets-up a little farther west then the bulk of this will fall over the Maritimes.
Wind. Diminishing northwest winds tonight, light northerly tomorrow shifting to southerly early Friday morning. Increasing southwest winds on Saturday shifting to brisk westerly on Sunday. Brisk northerly winds on Monday and Tuesday shifting to southerly for Wednesday and Thursday.
Temperatures.. At or above normal temperatures expected through Sunday cooling down for Monday and Tuesday then warm up for Wednesday and Thursday.
Tonight.. Mainly clear , diminishing northwest winds, lows 9
Thursday.. Becoming mostly cloudy by noon with showers developing near midnight. Light north winds with highs near 15
Friday.. Cloudy with showers ending near noon (5 mms), light south winds, highs 15
Saturday.. Cloudy with showers (5 mms), brisk south winds, highs 16
Sunday.. Cloudy with rain developing late in the day, brisk west winds, highs 14
Monday.. Cloudy with showers (10-15 mms), brisk north winds, highs 10
Tuesday.. Cloudy periods with showers (Waterspouts ???) light northwest winds, highs 10
Wednesday.. Increasing clouds, brisk southwest winds, highs 14