Thursday, August 2nd 5:45am... Internet outage over the past week has prevented the issuance of this blog for the past number of days. Hopefully we are back now…
High pressure remains anchored over the Southwestern Atlantic while low pressure and associated frontal systems move NE across western NB over the next few days. The area of high pressure then begins to drift westward towards the Southeastern US and merge with another area of high pressure over the central US over the weekend. This large area of high pressure then moves across the Maritimes on Monday. A cold front then moves SE across the region on Wednesday with cloud and showers.
Precipitation..Chance of showers today and this evening giving 5 mms. Friday looking dry then another chance of showers on Saturday. Dry conditions expected for Sunday Monday and Tuesday. The cold front on Wednesday appears to possibly bring some significant rain.
Temperatures… The heat and humidity continues with a temporary break on Wednesday and Thursday of next week.
Wind.. Light-brisk SW flow continues..
Thunderstorms.. Chance of storms today then again on Saturday and Wednesday.
Hazards.. Wet driving conditions in rain today. The elevated heat and humidity levels continues.
Watches/Warnings.. Environment Canada continues with the heat warnings for all 3 Maritime provinces.
- Today.. Cloudy with chance of showers. Very slight risk of thunderstorms. light SW winds, highs 27
- Tonight.. Cloudy, light SW winds lows 19
- Tomorrow.. Sun and cloud, light SW winds, highs 28
- Saturday.. Cloudy with chance of showers, light-brisk SW winds, highs 27
- Sunday.. Sunny, light west winds, highs 27
- Monday.. Sunny, light SW winds, highs 29
- Tuesday.. Sunny, light south winds, highs 29
- Wednesday.. Cloudy with showers, light-brisk south winds, highs 25