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ST. JOHN’S: Sloppy start to the weekend
The latest in a parade of fall storms is crossing the region and should sit east of the Avalon by Saturday afternoon. Behind the very messy weather maker, a narrow ridge of high pressure is building in for Sunday. As a gusty wind settles in from the west, Newfoundland can expect gradual clearing. Daytime high temperatures will remain 3 to 5° below seasonal values. The next weather system will be a weak Alberta Clipper. This system will take a more northern track as it races across the region early Tuesday. A brief period of snow will change to rain on the warmer side of the system. Expect a drop in temperature towards the end of the week.