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CENTRAL NEWFOUNDLAND: Milder air advances with near seasonal temperatures expected
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The Jet Stream shifting north will put us on the milder side across much of Newfoundland and Labrador. Some messy weather with a mix of snow and rain can be expected for Saturday as a frontal trough swings across the southern areas. Temperatures will be flirting with seasonal values over the next few days with a return to colder conditions as the new week progresses. Normal day time temperatures for this time of year are around the plus 2 degree mark for southern areas with minus 10 across much of Labrador. The official start to the winter season happens next Friday, the 21st..