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More Rain for Atlantic Canada


Laurissa Anyas-Weiss, content producer

April 6, 2009 — The system that brought snow, rain and freezing rain to Ontario and Quebec Monday is moving into the Maritimes today bringing rain.

Tuesday will be a nice for Newfoundland and Labrador with rain moving starting in the overnight period. Freezing rain is a risk overnight into Wednesday morning.

PEI and Nova Scotia could see 25 - 40 mm of rain Tuesday as the system moves through during the day. Southern New Brunswick will see heavy rain with up to 40 mm of rain possible.

In the morning, northern New Brunswick could see a period of freezing rain before switching to rain in the afternoon.

Strong winds will accompany this system with speeds of up to 80km/h and gusting up to 120km/h possible. The system will start to move out Tuesday evening with Wednesday looking dry for the Maritimes.

Watch and Warnings are currently in effect across Eastern Canada.

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