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ST. JOHN’S: Time for Toques - cold wind chill Wednesday!
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The mix of messy weather will be followed by lots of wind and a wardrobe change. Flurries will give way to partial clearing but don’t be fooled by the sun. The brisk north-westerly wind – gusting to 75 km/h will make it feel colder: Wednesday’s feel-like temperatures will range from -5 to -10; it will feel more like -15 on Thursday – especially across central Newfoundland. The next weather system is developing over central Mexico. It has quite a distance to travel: it looks like it will track northward and remain west of the region and that puts us on the warm side of the storm. We are in for anywhere from 10 to 15 mm of rain along with a strong south wind. We can expect a gradual drop in temperature on Sunday and colder weather to start the week. Right now Christmas Eve travel looks quite good.