Saturday, June 6th 2020, 2:50 pm - Newfoundland could see 40-60 mm of rain, which could cause flash floods on pooling water on roads
Parts of Atlantic Canada will be unsettled on Sunday due to a moisture-laden system tracking through. Southeastern regions in Newfoundland are looking at up to 60 mm of rain through Tuesday, which may cause localized flooding. Details and timing, below.
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- Cooler and unsettled weekend, with at-times heavy showers for most of the region
- Up to 60 mm of rain possible for parts of Newfoundland through Tuesday morning
- Keep on top of weather ALERTS in your area
SUNDAY: WIDESPREAD RAINFALL
The rain will persist in Newfoundland through Sunday and may not ease off until Tuesday afternoon in the interior. The showers will end in the Maritimes on Sunday night.
Hefty rainfall totals are expected for central and southern Newfoundland, including the Avalon, through Tuesday morning. Southern Newfoundland may see up to 60 mm of rain, while central areas could receive 20-30 mm. There may be localized flooding.
Most of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia will see between 10 to 20 mm of rain during the same time period.
Temperatures will be relatively cool on Sunday, with daytime highs dipping into the low to mid teens across the entire region.
BEYOND: COOL BUT QUIET START TO THE NEW WEEK
The last showers will exit Newfoundland on Monday, heralding a cooler first half to next week.
Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham says temperatures will warm up during the second half, however, accompanied by relatively quiet conditions across the Maritimes.
Stay tuned to The Weather Network as we continue to monitor the forecast.