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REGIONAL WEATHER FORECAST: Another ride on the weather roller coaster

The sprawling system that’s spreading weather from Mexico to northern New Brunswick will make its way across Atlantic Canada over the next 36 hours. Precipitation is expected to start as snow, quickly change to rain with a period of freezing rain in the changeover. Snowfall will not be significant, but rain totals could reach 50 mm over much of New Brunswick. A strong, southwest wind will build on the warm side of the low, boosting Thursday’s highs to the upper single digits. Of course, the trailing cold front will push through on Friday with an all too familiar wind shift to the northwest and a drop in temperature. We can expect a bright but colder start to the weekend. By Sunday night, another disturbance is expected to reach our region with some snow.

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