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TOQUES TO UMBRELLAS: Another Arctic high-pressure system over Quebec is snuggling in and will serve up a few cold days. The north wind off the top of the high will make it feel even colder with wind chill values ranging from -12 to -20 into midweek. Thanks to that pocket of cold air, another sprawling storm will be held offshore…sliding south of Sable Island then south of the Newfoundland Wednesday. The system will come close enough to the Avalon to dump another 15 cm of snow over St. John’s and SE NL with lesser amounts across central Newfoundland. Behind the low, the cold north wind will bring more onshore snow along west facing coastlines. We can expect moderating temperatures towards the end of the week with some rain on the horizon for Saturday.