A beautiful fall day in Ramea, on the South Coast of Newfoundland, courtesy of Joy Denty.
Well as far as week in mid-late November goes, you won't see much nicer than the
one shaping up across Newfoundland & Labrador. Chilly mornings, but temperatures
warming up in the afternoon and a fair amount of Sunshine is on the menu as
With High pressure pretty much in control this week, there aren't any big systems on the menu until NEXT WEEKEND! Why do I feel like we'll all be
longing for a week like this, come say January, February... or make that March
THE NEXT 36
A cold front will slice across the Province
tonight and into Tuesday. With that front, cloud cover and a few showers which will
mix over to a few flurries and another cold Northwesterly flow will be
dropping temperatures into the afternoon and overnight Tuesday. Skies will clear in
behind the front, as another area of High pressure builds in from the Northwest.
Have a look at the next 36.
-For much of the Province, Tuesday night/Wednesday morning will bring
the coldest temperatures of the week! Parts of Central & Western Newfoundland will likely
dip to minus double digits! Here's the latest GEM Regional model
LONG RANGE OUTLOOK
-By Wednesday, High pressure will again be parked over the Island and will
bring some Sunshine and a cold start, with temperatures recovering nicely into the afternoon. In Labrador, a system tracking
in from Hudson Bay will bringing increasing clouds, but also warming temperatures and a few flurries for Wednesday and into Thursday.
-High pressure will hold across the Island on Thursday, however that system
moving through Labrador, could bring some increasing clouds and even a few showers or wet flurries to the Northern Peninsula and parts of the West & even Central Nfld. Stay tuned on
-Temperatures will be warming up into the high single digits across the
Island on Thursday and into Friday, as winds become West Southwesterly.
-Here's a look at the latest 12Z GFS forecast model long range.
THE NEXT SYSTEM
As of now, (Monday evening) forecast models remain split on just when our
next system will be moving into NL. However with a system moving in from the
West (bringing cold air)... and another system brewing up to the South (bringing
warm air)... it appears things will likely turn unsettled across the Province
this Weekend, as the 2 systems come together. Of course it's all about timing.
The timing of the system moving in from the West, the timing of the system to
the South and of course the other main factor is the area of High pressure
and just how it holds up late week.
For updates on this system & the weather this week, be sure to keep checking the Live Blog at www.cbc.ca/ryansnoddon