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  • We had some sun, some flurries and yes even some graupel, all over the course of an hour. Very diverse #nlwx this year! Great parade. :)

  • Santa Claus Parade(s) Update
    -Pack the hot chocolate, it'll be chilly!-

    St. John's Parade kicks off at Noon
    With 2-5 cm of snow looking set for the Metro region & Northern Avalon tonight (perhaps even a bit more in the higher elevations) Sunday will look nice and festive for both the St. John's and Mount Pearl Santa Claus Parades.
    We'll see lingering flurries through Sunday with temperatures near or just above freezing, along with brisk northerlies gusting to 60 km/h making it feeling more like -7.
    Bundle up those kiddies tight and make sure you have lots of hot chocolate!


  • Weekend Weather Update
    -Saturday & Sunday Details, With An Update On The St. John's Santa Claus Parade Forecast-
    Rain, drizzle & fog will mix with snow over the Avalon and Eastern Newfoundland today, then change over to light snow then flurries tonight. Metro, the Northern Avalon and the Northeast Coast look set to pick up anywhere from a trace to 5 cm locally, by Sunday morning.
    The light snow (generally 2-5 cm) across Central and Western Newfoundland continues this morning, then eases to flurries later today into tonight. We could pick up another few cm by morning, with a trace to 2 cm possible again on Sunday
    Labrador will see flurries in the Southeast, with an isolated flurry possible from Happy Valley-Goose Bay across to Labrador City. Temperatures across the big land will continue be near or slightly below seasonal.
    For Sunday we'll see lingering flurries across much of the Island, but especially along the Northeast Coast and into the Metro region, where we could see another trace to 2 cm locally. Winds will be a little on breezy side with Northerlies gusting to 60 km/h.
    If you're heading down to the St. John's, or the Mount Pearl Santa Claus Parade, both happening on Sunday, you'll want to bundle up with, temperatures near freezing and the wind making it feel closer to -5 or -6.
    -Next Week-
    Next week starts cool across the Island, with temperatures riding below seasonal across the Island through Wednesday and a chance of scattered flurries. A look into the long range shows the potential for a late week wet, windy warm-up on the Island and potentially parts of Labrador as well. Stay tuned.
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