Round of rain and snow for Atlantic Canada, timing here
Friday, November 10, 2017, 6:29 PM - Fall has been kind so far to those in Atlantic Canada, but the coldest air of the season for most is fast approaching and will be welcomed in as an Arctic front sweeps through the East.
Daytime highs throughout the weekend are likely to remain near the freezing mark -- temperatures that are reminiscent of January.
The dynamic front will bring a round of rain and snow late week and into the weekend, but blizzard-like conditions are forecast for parts of Labrador.
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The storm ran through the Maritimes Friday, hitting Newfoundland and Labrador Saturday.
Sea-effect snow squalls will develop in western Newfoundland on Saturday morning, continuing into the evening, with accumulation in the 5-15 cm range.
Long Range Forecast
"Watching the threat for a significant storm to develop over the Atlantic off the coast of New England," says The Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.
"Track is highly uncertain this far out, but potential for a somewhat slow-moving system to have a significant impact on the region during the middle of next week. Currently, rain appears to be most likely for major population centres, but some potential for heavy snowfall totals for interior parts of Newfoundland."