Thursday 8:30am.. A large area of low pressure stretching from the Great Lakes to Hudson Bay will slowly drift eastward during the remainder of the week maintaining unsettled weather right into the weekend. Temperatures will slowly cool down becoming more seasonal over the next few days. High pressure will begin to build in from the west Monday through Wednesday then another east coast system is expected to develop and push into the Maritimes early Thursday. Long range models are hinting at another significant rain and wind event but too early to go into details at this time.
Precipitation.. Unsettled weather will continue into the weekend as the remnants of Sandy slowly transit across the region. Dry conditions are expected for Monday and Tuesday then more rain begin again on Wednesday.
Thundershowers.. Chance of storm later today and tonight..
Wind.. Light southerly wind today increasing to brisk on Friday then shifting to northwesterly on Saturday. Brisk westerly winds for Sunday and Monday diminishing to light in Tuesday then increasing to brisk easterly on Wednesday as the coastal system approaches.
Temperatures.. Will be on a slow cool down each day becoming normal on Sunday then below normal for Monday and Tuesday. Temperatures warm up again on Wednesday as the nor-easter pumps in warm air.
Today.. Mix of sun and cloud becoming mostly cloudy later with showers redeveloping. Chance of a thundershower, light south winds, highs 16
Tonight.. Cloudy with showers and chance of thundershowers, light south winds, lows 10
Friday.. Cloudy with chance of showers, brisk south winds, highs 12
Saturday.. Cloudy with showers, brisk south winds shifting to northwesterly, highs 11
Sunday. Cloudy with showers, brisk west winds, highs 8
Monday.. Sunny, brisk west winds, highs 2
Tuesday.. Sunny, diminishing west winds, highs 2
Wednesday.. Rain developing, increasing east winds, highs 6
Thursday.. Rain/wind highs 15