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ST. JOHN’S: Another blast of winter for the Avalon
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Residents of the Avalon are bracing themselves for another shot of winter. A powerful storm tracking off the eastern seaboard will slide just south of the Avalon on Wednesday. Snowfall will likely be in the 15 to 20 cm range. Strong southeast winds will cause blowing snow and very poor visibility through the afternoon and well into the evening. Snowfall totals will drop off quickly as you make your way up along the east coast into central Newfoundland. As the strong SE wind comes around to the north expect another drop in temperature for Thursday. Friday will be fair and milder with temperatures expected to flirt with the freezing mark. The next weather event will approach from the west on Saturday with rain. It’s not expected to linger — Sunday will be cooler, but fair.