Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 10:00 am - Rainfall warnings are in effect as remnants from post-tropical storm Jerry funnel north into Newfoundland.
Tuesday was a wet day across much of Atlantic Canada, with flooding rains soaking the Maritimes under a sluggish low pressure system. That heavy rain pushes into Newfoundland for Wednesday, given a tropical moisture boost by far-off post-tropical cyclone Jerry, still swirling over the Atlantic. More on how much rain to expect, and when things start to dry out, below.
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- Showers linger for parts of Maritimes Wednesday, heavier rain moves into Newfoundland
- System taps into some tropical moisture associated with Jerry, which will enhance totals in Newfoundland
- Cool and quiet weather expected early next week
- Stay up-to-date on the ALERTS in your area
WATCH BELOW: TIMING OF RAINFALL IN ATLANTIC CANADA THROUGH THURSDAY
The soggy start to fall flooded parts of the Maritimes on Tuesday as early morning thunderstorms rolled through the city of Charlottetown, PEI swamping some local streets ahead of the morning commute. Over 50 mm of rain fell throughout the day, with between 40-60+ mm recorded across the hardest hit areas of New Brunswick.