RECENT LOCATIONS

Close
Add a location
Edit your saved locations

Unsettled conditions in Atlantic Canada


Rain still in the forecast in parts of Atlantic Canada
Rain still in the forecast in parts of Atlantic Canada

Lisa Varano, staff writer

October 11, 2010 — The unsettled weather is sticking around in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Gusty winds across Atlantic Canada
Gusty winds across Atlantic Canada

Newfoundland and Labrador saw unsettled weather over the long weekend and the rain is not over yet.

Sea-effect showers and strong wind gusts are affecting Newfoundland, while Labrador is covered in snow.

Isolated, light-to-moderate showers are still falling off-and-on in parts of Newfoundland.

“We'll see much of the same throughout the day Tuesday on the western side of Newfoundland, anywhere between Stephenville and St. Anthony,” says Brian Dillon, a meteorologist at The Weather Network.

A wet bird cleans up in Moncton, New Brunswick
A wet bird cleans up in Moncton, New Brunswick

In eastern Newfoundland, showers will move in from the south on Tuesday evening and spread across the Avalon peninsula through Wednesday morning. St. John's should be in the low double digits on Tuesday afternoon.

Similar temperatures are forecast in the Maritime provinces, which can expect some sunshine. It may also be gusty at times.

Stay on top of the weather in your area by checking the hourly forecast or tuning in to The Weather Network on TV for your local details every 10 minutues on the 10's.

Sign in or Sign up to submit a comment.




Comments





Take your weather with you, no matter where you go.

Get instant forecasts and alerts, right on your computer.

  • RSS & Data
Add weather updates to your website or RSS reader.