Tuesday 8:00am A ridge of high pressure will cross the Island this morning but clouds ahead of an approaching trof of low pressure have already invaded the Maritimes.This frontal trof will move into the area on Wednesday then a cold front will cross the region on Thursday followed by high pressure for Friday and Saturday. Long range models are hinting at another system effecting eastern Canada for Sunday and Monday.
Precipitation.. Showers developing this afternoon becoming periods of rain on Wednesday ending early Thursday morning (15-25 mms). Showers redevelop Thursday evening and end early Friday morning. Rain again on Sunday and Monday
Tropical Depression Beryl located over eastern Georgia this morning with max sustained winds of 30 MPH. The system is beginning bits northeast track and expected to pass well south and east of the Maritimes on Friday.
Thunderstorms.. Weakening storms are expected to cross into western NB today. Charts are not indicating any thunderstorm activity across PEI during the next couple days.
Wind.. Light southeast winds today increasing to brisk on Wednesday shifting to northerly early Thursday morning increasing to brisk northerly on Friday. Light westerly winds on Saturday becoming southerly on Sunday.
Temperatures.. Remaining below normal through Friday warming up on Saturday and Sunday.
Today.. Overcast with showers developing this afternoon, Light southeast winds with highs near 12.
Tonight.. Overcast with showers, light southeast winds, lows 6.
Wednesday.. Overcast with rain (20 mms), Brisk southeast winds, highs 13.
Thursday.. Cloudy with showers ending in the morning then redeveloping in the evening. Light northerly winds, highs 12.
Friday.. Becoming sunny, brisk northerly winds, highs 15
Saturday.. Sunny, light west winds, 22