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REGIONAL WEATHER FORECAST: Don’t cancel your outdoor plans this weekend, just be flexible!
A weather warning is now in effect. Click here to view all affected communities.
Yes, there is some rain in our Victoria Day weekend forecast but there will also be a nice break between the soggy systems. The first pulse of rain rolls in tonight and reaches the Avalon Saturday afternoon. It’s moving quickly and that means the clearing will arrive as early as midday Saturday over western regions. That clearing comes with a strong north wind, so it’s not going to be warm. A ridge of high pressure will snuggle in behind the outgoing low and serve up some sun on Sunday before the next rain maker moves in from the west. Monday is not looking good for the Maritimes but should be lovely across Newfoundland and Labrador.