FORECAST

Nova Scotia weather Monday sunny with winds letting up

Temperatures will range from 2 C to 4 C across the province, slightly cooler than normal.

Temperatures will range from 2 C to 4 C across the province, slightly cooler than normal

Cindy Garnett-Rawding submitted this photo of the landscape at Grand Pre. (Submitted by Cindy Garnett-Rawding)

It will be a mainly sunny day with winds diminishing and near to or slightly cooler than normal temperatures. 

Central mainland (including greater Halifax)

Forecast: Mainly sunny.   

High temperature: 2 C to 4 C 

Low temperature: Near –4 C ( –10 C) 

Northern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Mainly sunny.   

High temperature: Zero to 2 C

Low temperature: –8 C to –6 C 

Southwestern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Mainly sunny.   

High temperature: Near 2 C to 4 C 

Low temperature: Near –4 C to –2 C

Annapolis Valley and Cumberland County

Forecast: Mainly sunny.   

High temperature: Near 2 C to 4 C 

Low temperature: Near –4 C to –2 C (–8 C)

Cape Breton

Forecast: Mainly sunny.   

High temperature: Near 2 C 

Low temperature: Near –10 C to –8 C

About the Author

Peter Coade

Meteorologist

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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