Friday 6:20am An area of high pressure centered just east of NS this morning will continue to move east today, meanwhile a frontal trough of low pressure located over the Great Lakes will move eastward to lie in the Gulf of Maine by tomorrow morning then over the Gulf of St Lawrence by Saturday evening. Low pressure passing north of the Maritimes and high pressure to the south will result in a brisk northwest flow of cooler unstable air possibility giving cloud and showers for the beginning of next week with high pressure building in for mid week.
Precipitation.. Showers should begin near dawn on Saturday becoming periods of rain ending Sunday morning. Rainfall amounts expected in the 10-15 mm range. Slight chance of a shower through mid week as cooler unstable air settles in over the region.
Thunderstorms.. Slight chance of a thundershower on Saturday.
Wind. light south winds today increasing to brisk southerly tomorrow becoming southwesterly on Monday, northwesterly on Tuesday which will continue through Friday.
Temperatures.. Warm today through Sunday dropping off to seasonal for Monday then below normal through the end of the forecast period.
Today.. Mainly sunny, light south winds, highs 15
tonight.. becoming cloudy, light south winds, lows 11
Saturday.. Showers beginning near dawn becoming periods of rain, brisk south winds, highs 16
Sunday. Cloudy with showers ending before sunrise, partial clearing, light southwest winds, highs 16
Monday.. Cloudy periods, brisk west winds, highs 12
Tuesday-Friday… Generally cloudy, slight chance of a shower, brisk northwest winds, highs between 6-8.