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Regional Weather Forecast
A powerful fall storm that originated in the American mid-west is headed for Labrador. The accompanying warm and then cold fronts will bring rain, rising temperatures and lots of wind: south winds are expected to gust to 90 km/h on Saturday! As the intense area of low pressure tracks north and east of our region; that south wind will shift to the northwest and clearing will follow from west to east Saturday afternoon into the evening. Behind the storm, a fair weather system will slide in from the west, offering a fair start to the new season.