Friday will be windy and wet day with showers and flurries expected as temperatures fall throughout the day, says CBC meteorologist Peter Coade.

Coade says the unsettled weather will move out on Friday evening.

"A ridge of high pressure will cross the region tomorrow bringing about a clearing sky tonight and a sunny day tomorrow," he said.

Sunday will see some flurries or showers with another disturbance following close behind to end the month of February.

"This one on Monday doesn't appear to have much significance though and will mostly affect northern New Brunswick with some snow," Coade said.

New Brunswick forecast

Northern New Brunswick

Friday: It will be cloudy and windy with scattered showers or flurries this morning, clearing to a mix of sun and cloud this afternoon in the east. Winds will be from the northwest gusting to 50 km/h with a high of –6 C in the west and 0 C in the east.

Friday night: Skies will become mainly clear and winds will continue in the east gusting to 50 km/h with a low of –16 C.

Saturday: Northern communities can expect a mainly sunny day, clouding over in the west in the afternoon with a chance of flurries. Winds will be from the southwest at 30 km/h with a high of –6 C in the west and –2 C in the east.

Fredericton and area

Friday: It will be cloudy with scattered flurries ending Friday afternoon, winds from the west gusting to 40 km/h and the temperature falling to –4 C this afternoon.

Friday night: Skies will clear late this evening with winds becoming light and a low near –14 C.

Saturday: It will be sunny with winds from the southwest gusting to 40 km/h and a high near –2 C.

Southern New Brunswick

Friday: It will be cloudy and windy with scattered showers changing to scattered flurries around noon. Winds will be from the southwest gusting to 50 km/h with with the temperature falling slowly to 0 C by afternoon.

Friday night: A mainly clear evening with winds from the northwest gusting to 40 km/h and a low of –14 C.

Saturday: A mainly sunny day is expected with winds from the southwest gusting to 40 km/h in the afternoon and a high of 0 C.