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CENTRAL NEWFOUNDLAND: Soggy mild days ahead
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A large and complex system moves into Newfoundland on Friday, bringing some snow and mixed precipitation from west to east with winds from the southeast, followed by a protracted period of milder temperatures, rain and showers lasting into next week, with some snow returning for northern regions on Tuesday. -Tim Chisholm