Cooler Weather Settles In...
High Pressure settling in from the West... has the winds remaining in from the North or Northwest this week.
That means cooler weather will be dominating for the better part of the week and single digit highs are a reality for the next few days ahead... for most anyway.
As we look ahead to tomorrow... a Low pressure system forming off the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S. will rocket Northeastward over the next 24 hours and will be clipping the Island as we move into Tuesday afternoon.
That system, along with a lingering trough which will move in from the North will bring about a 40 percent chance of showers across Island for tomorrow.
In Labrador, that brisk Northerly flow will continue and Flurries are likely for Western Labrador. Even Happy Valley Goose Bay could be looking at some morning Flurries on Tuesday!
A LOOK AHEAD....
We'll have a slow warming trend in terms of temperatures throughout the week... as the winds shift in from the West instead of from the Northwest.
Things will slowly but surely clearout over that time as well... for the most part by the time we get to Thursday-Friday... the Province is looking fairly dry.
Full details tonight on Here & Now.
And as of today... you can also tune into CBC Radio One... just after 1pm...where I'll breaking down the weather forecast... Monday-Friday.