Tuesday 7:20am A low pressure system located over Maine this morning will intensify as it moves north to be located over Labrador by tomorrow morning. Cooler air will return as this system pulls away to the north. High pressure will build in for Wednesday and Thursday promising mainly dry conditions. Another low pressure system will approach from the Great Lakes late Friday with showers into the weekend. This system will tap tropical moisture which could lead to a significant rain event for the area.High pressure returns for Monday.
Precipitation.. Showers today ending near midnight with amounts in the 10 mm range. Rain begins again late Friday and continues into Saturday. This system will contain tropical moisture with significant amounts possible.
Thunderstorms.. Possible on Saturday..
Wind..Brisk southerly flow today shifting to westerly during mid evening. Brisk northwest winds expected on Wednesday diminishing to light on Thursday. Winds shifting to light southerly on Friday increasing to brisk/strong southerly on Saturday. Northerly winds on Sunday.
Temperatures.. Another warm day today with highs near 18. Temperatures will begin to drop early this evening with temps dipping to 4 by dawn tomorrow then warming to only 10 on Wednesday and 11 on Thursday. Warm up on Friday, Saturday and Sunday becoming cooler early next week.
Today.. Overcast with showers or periods of rain ending this evening giving 10-15 mms, brisk south winds shifting to westerly this evening with highs near 18
Tonight. cloudy with partial clearing towards dawn, brisk west winds, lows near 4 by dawn.
Wednesday.. Sunny, light northwest winds, highs 10
Thursday.. Sunny. light northwest winds, highs 11
Friday.. Increasing clouds with possible showers late, light south winds, highs 14
Saturday.. Heavy rain, wind, thundershowers, brisk south winds, highs 16
Sunday..Cloudy with showers,