FORECAST

Nova Scotia weather Monday frigid before temperature jumps Tuesday

It's going to be another frigid day Monday but mostly sunny.

Temperatures across the province will vary between -4 C and -14 C Monday

Michael Byrne captured this shot near Sinclairs Island in Pictou County. (Submitted by Michael Byrne)

It's going to be another frigid day Monday but mostly sunny. However, the weather is going to warm up considerably for Tuesday with highs between six and 10 degrees.

Central mainland (including greater Halifax)

Forecast: Mainly sunny.

High temperature: Near -6 C

Low temperature: Near -12 C then rising overnight

Northern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Mainly sunny. 

High temperature: Near -8 C

Low temperature tonight: Near -16 C then rising overnight

Southwestern Nova Scotia

Forecast: A mix of sun and cloud. 

High temperature: Near -4 C 

Low temperature: Near -10 C then rising overnight

Annapolis Valley and Cumberland County

Forecast: A mix of sun and cloud.

High temperature: -8 C to -6 C

Low temperature tonight: -10 C then rising overnight

Cape Breton

Forecast: A mix of sun and cloud with flurries.

High temperature: -10 C to -8 C

Low temperature tonight: -14 C to -12 C then rising overnight

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Peter Coade

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Peter Coade is the most experienced meteorologist in the Maritimes and has spent more than five decades as a weather forecaster. He provides Maritimers with up-to-the-minute weather forecasts every day.

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