Our current streak of chilly November conditions is set to continue over the next 24 hours before temperatures slowly recover at the end of the week.
There will be mostly cloudy skies and light, scattered flurries around the province this evening. There won't be much, if any, accumulation on the roads, but as the flurries fall they may briefly bring down visibility. The skies will partially clear for Halifax and west of the city overnight.
It will be cold, with low temperatures of –4 C to 0 C for most of the province, except near 1 C on the coast and as chilly as –6 C for low-lying inland areas, such as places found in valleys.
Wednesday will have a chilly start and the high temperatures in the afternoon will be similar to Tuesday, which works out to 3 C to 6 C around the province.
Much of the mainland will be under a mix of sun and cloud, while Cape Breton and Pictou, Antigonish and Guysborough counties will be mostly cloudy with a chance of light flurries.
Northerly winds of 20 km/h will continue to blow across the province and gusts will hit 40 km/h.
On Thursday, it will be mostly sunny with afternoon highs of 4 C to 8 C.
Friday will see a mix of sun and cloud with highs of 6 C to 10 C.
Cloudiness, along with showers and rain, will be on deck for the weekend as a series of low-pressure systems approach from the west.