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We are going to experience two seasons this weekend. As a sloppy system tracks north of the region, south wind is pulling in unseasonably mild air. The spring-line side of the low will also bring us about 20 mm of rain. The rapid warm up and the rainfall could cause localized flooding. As the weather maker pulls away overnight Saturday into Sunday the wind will come around to the west and north-west and invite winter back to region. A stalled low over the Labrador Sea will pump cold air down on us until the later part of next week; expect below normal temperature with significant wind chill!