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Sunny but cool in the Maritimes


High pressure will keep things sunny, dry and cool in the Maritimes
High pressure will keep things sunny, dry and cool in the Maritimes

Lyndsay Morrison, staff writer

November 3, 2010 — Don't let the sunshine fool you! It's going to be another chilly day in Atlantic Canada.

Snow falls in Carbonnear, NL on Tuesday
Snow falls in Carbonnear, NL on Tuesday

It's beginning to look and feel a little more like winter in the Maritimes.

For the second day in a row, temperatures were hovering at or below the freezing mark this morning, and windchills were making it feel even colder. Once again, most cities are only looking at daytime highs in the low single digits today.

The good news is that conditions will be drier. Yesterday, mixed precipitation and light flurries were reported in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and PEI. Snow even stuck to the ground in parts of Newfoundland. Today, however, is a different story.

“It's actually going to be a beautiful day,” says Mark Robinson, a meteorologist at The Weather Network. “We have high pressure dominating, and that's keeping things dry and sunny, but cool.”

To stay up-to-date on your local forecast details, click our Canadian Cities Index. You can also tune in to The Weather Network on TV, where the National Forecast comes up at the top and bottom of every hour.

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