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  • -Quiet Start This Week, But Mid-Week Storm Threat For East Nfld-
    Just a quick Sunday evening update to let you know what I'm tracking weather wise across the Province this week, including a mid-week potential storm for the Avalon & Eastern Newfoundland.
    -Light Snow Tonight Into Monday-
    Our system from today moves out tonight, however a trailing trough will continue to bring some light snowfall to the Island. We could pick up anywhere from a trace to a few cm by morning from St. John's to Corner Brook. Just a chance of flurries elsewhere, including Labrador.
    We'll see lingering flurries with a chance of freezing drizzle in the mix across the Island for Monday afternoon into Tuesday, with clearing skies in Labrador.
    -Mid-Week Storm Potential-

    The system to watch this week will be for Eastern and possibly Central Newfoundland, Wednesday into Thursday. It's no surprise when we're this far out, that forecast models have been all over the map with the potential scenarios.

    Over the past day or so, projections have ranged from a heavy snow event over the Avalon and East... to a messy mix of snow, ice pellets, freezing rain and rain on the Avalon... to even a complete miss offshore. Having said that, it's looking more and more like we'll see some kind of impact on the Avalon and Eastern Newfoundland.

    Long story short, it's far too early for totals or nitty gritty details, however an arrival Wednesday afternoon or evening and a departure at some point Thursday looks to be the time frame at this point. Stay tuned for updates over the next few days.

    -Flurries Elsewhere-

    We'll see a weak system tracking into Labrador for Wednesday and into Thursday bringing some flurry chances for you folks. Otherwise things look quiet for the remainder of the week, with our next system projected for next weekend across NL.

    More updates to come on Monday!



  • Weekend Weather Preview

    It's Weekend Time!!!

    Quiet for Saturday, but a snow & rain clipper system is tracking into Newfoundland for Sunday. 
    Here's a quick 60 second update with some of weather stories I'm following for your weekend forecast. 
    Full details this evening on Here & Now at 6pm on CBC-TV!

    Posted by Ryan Snoddon on Friday, February 17, 2017

  • =Thursday Evening Weather Headlines=
    -Blizzard Cranks Up In Labrador
    -Onshore Flurries and Squalls Fire Up For the West Coast
    -Conditions Quiet Down In Eastern & Central Newfoundland
    More details below...
    -Friday's Forecast-
    We'll see a bit of clearing trend over the Avalon, Northeast & Central parts of the Island tonight and into Friday with some partly cloudy skies developing and just a chance of some scattered flurries into the mix. Onshore flurries develop over Western Newfoundland tonight and that continues Friday with 5-10 cm on the menu by tomorrow evening. Southwest winds will gust 60-70 km/h right across the Island on Friday. Temperatures will hover near and just below the freezing mark.
    -Labrador Snowfall Map-
    In Labrador, blizzard warnings are in effect from HV-GB to the Labrador Coast where periods of snow will continue through the day on Friday along with Northerly winds gusting 60-80+ km/h creating drifting and blowing snow. That snow will slowly taper off Friday night and into Saturday and by the time we get there, we're looking at 20-40+ cm of snow on the way from HV-GB to the Labrador Coast.
    The Island is looking quiet for Saturday with weak system tracking in for Sunday bringing some light snow, mixing to rain in the Southeast.
    -A look ahead to Sunday, shows a system which could bring snow and rain to the Island. Stay tuned.-
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