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TONIGHT

Newfoundland: The gusty winds from this morning and early afternoon ease. Scattered showers will be found overnight across central and western parts of the Island. Showers for eastern areas turn into a steady light rain after midnight as an area of low pressure develops over the Grand Banks and tracks well southeast of the Avalon Peninsula. This setup, a few weeks into the future, would likely bring accumulating snowfall. Luckily it’s just going to be a few millimetres of rain by Tuesday morning. Lows 2 to 5, except near 0 in the higher elevations of the Norther Peninsula. North winds at 10-20 km/h with occasional higher gusts.

Labrador: Partly cloudy with scattered flurries. Lows on the coast near freezing. West of Happy Valley-Goose Bay lows -4 to -9. Westerly winds 5-10 km/h. Winds will be a bit higher for coastal areas.

TUESDAY

Newfoundland: The area of low pressure that will bring to eastern Newfoundland overnight will pull away. In it’s wake, winds will turn northerly. This will keep clouds and showers on the go for eastern and northeastern areas through much of the day. Once into central, there will be a few showers, but way more scattered. Things dry out on the West Coast, South Coast and Northern Peninsula as a high builds in from New England. Skies will clear from west to east through the day. The clearing will not reach the Avalon until evening. Areas just west will see some sun by late afternoon. Highs 5 to 10. Warmest on the southern Avalon and South Coast.  Winds across eastern Newfoundland from the north northeast at 15-25 km/h. Central, the South Coast, the West Coast and Northern Peninsula get winds form the west at 10-20 km/h. Slightly higher winds on the southwest coast.

Labrador: Scattered flurries across the Big Land. Light snow develops in the West late in the afternoon or early evening. Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies. In the west skies turn cloudy during the afternoon. Highs 1 to 4. West winds turning southwest in the west during the late afternoon at 20-40 km/h.

WEDNESDAY

Newfoundland: Rain likely in the west and southwest. Mostly cloudy skies in the morning for the South Coast, Central and eastern turn cloudy by lunch time. Showers and/or rain arrives in all by afternoon. Highs near 10.

Labrador: Rain showers in the east, and a mix of showers and flurries in the west. Highs 3 to 5.

THURSDAY

Newfoundland: Partly to mostly cloudy, with highs near 10. Coastal areas of eastern Newfoundland that face north with a high closer to 7.

Labrador: Mostly cloudy. Showers arrive late in the west. Highs near 7.

FRIDAY

Newfoundland: Rain likely across the western third of the Island. The rest of the Island will see a dry morning with rain possible in the afternoon. Highs near 10.

Labrador: Rain and showers likely. Highs 6 to 10.

SATURDAY

Newfoundland: Showers likely. Possibly mixing with flurries on the West Coast. Highs 6 to 8.

Labrador: Chance of snow in the east. Chance of flurries and mostly cloudy in the west. Highs near 4.

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