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ST. JOHN'S: Wash, rinse, repeat – more systems on the way

Our current weather maker moves to the northeast today, leaving brisk westerly winds, cold temps, and flurries through much of the Maritimes, with accumulations possible for northern Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, western Cape Breton, and portions of eastern New Brunswick. By Saturday, on-shore snow squalls remain for western Newfoundland, but the winds begin to shift to the southwest and to the south by Sunday as a second system approaches bringing showers and rain. This one will stay a bit further north and will bring more snow to Labrador and western Newfoundland. Later on Monday, yet another low approaches, bringing wind and rain over the entire region, with more snow potentially in store for parts of Atlantic Canada.

Marine Forecast: November 9, 2019

SW COAST: GALE WARNING

  • WIND: NW 25 knots increasing to W 35 knots near noon, then diminishing to W 25 knots in the evening.
  • WAVES: 2 to 3 metres building to 3 to 4 metres near noon.

SOUTH COAST: GALE WARNING

  • WIND: NW 25 knots increasing to W 35 knots near noon, then diminishing to W 25 knots in the evening.
  • WAVES: 2 to 3 metres building to 3 to 4 metres near noon.

EAST COAST- CAPE ST FRANCIS + SOUTH: GALE WARNING

  • WIND: NW 25 knots increasing to W 35 knots in the afternoon.
  • WAVES: 2 to 3 metres building to 3 to 4 metres in the afternoon.

Marine Forecast: November 8, 2019

SW COAST: GALE WARNING

  • WIND: SW 25 knots increasing to S 35 knots near noon.
  • WAVES: 2 to 3 metres building to 3 to 4 metres near noon.

SOUTH COAST: GALE WARNING

  • WIND: SW 15 to 20 knots increasing to S 35 knots near noon.
  • WAVES: 2 to 3 metres building to 3 to 4 metres near noon.

EAST COAST- CAPE ST FRANCIS + SOUTH: GALE WARNING

  • WIND: SW 25 knots increasing to SE 35 knots in the afternoon.
  • WAVES: 2 to 3 metres building to 3 to 4 metres in the evening.
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