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CENTRAL NEWFOUNDLAND: Bitter blast of cold will be brief
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The cold won’t last thanks to yet another sloppy system. The approaching system will cross the Great Lakes then track north of the region. The warm front will move in late Wednesday night; snow will fall ahead of the front then change to rain on the south side of the system. Snowfall totals will be fairly light: 2 to 4 cm; rainfall should be in the 10 to 20 mm range. We can expect a strong but mild south wind with the rain on Thursday; watch for gusts to 80 km/h! The trailing cold front is not due in until late Friday - at that time, another wind shift will bring a drop in temperature for the weekend. There are two more systems on the radar right now. They’re expected to come together late Sunday and intensify as they push towards our region: 10 cm of snow might not be out of the question for Monday. Stay tuned…