Atlantic Canada remains the target of an active storm track, as a shift in the atmospheric pattern across the country places an upper trough over eastern Canada. After a showery Saturday, the action ramps up in earnest on Sunday, as an incoming system taps into subtropical moisture, bringing significant rain -- as well as a flood threat -- for some regions. Rainfall totals in excess of 100 mm are likely by the end of the weekend, along with damaging winds and power outages across the region.
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