A nearly stationary cold front will drift eastward across the Northern Peninsula this evening, and will help bring some rain and snow to the Baie Verte and Northern Peninsulas. The precipitation will be done with by midnight, but cloudy skies will linger. The rest of the Island will see generally cloudy skies, while mainly clear skies will be rule in Labrador. Lows on the Island fall into the lower single numbers, while Labrador will see readings well below freezing.
An area of high pressure dominate the weather picture on Tuesday, with a quiet day on the menu for Newfoundland and Labrador. Expect a mix of sun and cloud with temperatures well below freezing for afternoon highs in Labrador, and near 10° for much of the Island. There will be some colder readings on the Northern Peninsula, where highs will be closer to 5°.
A slow moving area of low pressure will track from the southeastern United States to the coast of Labrador between Tuesday and Friday. This will bring rain showers to the Island on Wednesday, along with some drizzle and fog. Temperatures will be in the mid single numbers to near 10. Labrador will see highs near freezing, with rain and snow developing in the west.
A surge of very mild air will move across the Province on Thursday, leading to highs on the Island in the teens! Rain and showers will be likely, especially in the east and into Labrador. Highs in Labrador peak in the mid single numbers. Improving weather returns for Friday and Saturday, with temperatures looking to remain above average for this time of year.