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Your Weekend Forecast - Atlantic Canada

July 13, 2010 — A storm is currently moving up the Eastern Seaboard towards Newfoundland bringing snow for Saturday.

A low pressure system currently sitting off the coast will bring the possibility of snow to the coastal areas of Atlantic Canada. Away from the coast expect a mix of sun and cloud.

A cold front will move from the West on Friday pushing temperatures below seasonal. By Saturday, temperatures will rebound slightly and hover around freezing for most of the Maritimes. Halifax and Moncton are expected to reach a high of 1 degree.

Newfoundland Storm
A low pressure system forming over the Eastern Seaboard is heading towards Newfoundland for Saturday. Snow moving ahead of the system will move into Southeastern Newfoundland Friday evening into Saturday with snow accumulations of up to 40 cm locally. Strong winds and blowing could reduce visibility significantly.

Environment Canada has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Western Newfoundland.

As temperatures continue to inch upward in the Maritimes the unsettled conditions on the coast will shift to rain. For Halifax and Moncton, temperatures will be around 5 degrees with a mix of sun and cloud.

Newfoundland will continue to feel cold temperatures and could see freezing drizzle or fog on Sunday as the offshore system continues to cause unsettled conditions.

Looking Ahead
Unsettled conditions will continue for Atlantic Canada with the possibility of snow for Monday.

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