Nova Scotia·FORECAST

Nova Scotia weather forecast Oct. 5, 2015

Once the fog burns off today, the province is in for a fair fall week.

Afternoon sunshine expected today after the fog burns off

Thanks to Daniel Stephen Nordoff who sent in this close-up shot of a heron in the Halifax Public Gardens. (Submitted by Daniel Stephen Nordoff)

Hurricane Joaquin has missed Nova Scotia and is making its way to the North Atlantic. 

Once the fog burns off today, the province is in for a fair fall week. 

Central mainland (including greater Halifax)

Forecast: Morning fog then afternoon sunshine.

High temperature: 16 to 18 C

Low temperature tonight: 8 to 10 C, near 4 C inland

Northern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Morning fog then afternoon sunshine.

High temperature: 16 to 18 C

Low temperature tonight: 6 to 8 C, near 4 C inland

Southwestern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Morning fog then afternoon sunshine.

High temperature: 16 to 18 C

Low temperature tonight: near 8 C

Annapolis Valley and Cumberland County

Forecast: Morning fog then afternoon sunshine.

High temperature: near 18 C 

Low temperature tonight: near 6 C

Cape Breton

Forecast: Morning fog then afternoon sunshine.

High temperature: 16 to 18 C

Low temperature tonight: 6 to 8 C, 2 to 4 C inland

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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