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A LITTLE TASTE OF EVERYTHING!

Hey Folks,

Well we are truly going to get a little taste of everything over the next 36 hours in across the Province. Winter Storm Watches for Southeastern Labrador. Wind Warnings for Newfoundland and a Special Weather Statement for the Rain & developing Snow Squalls on the menu!

 
THE NEXT 36 HOURS

First things first, have a look at the latest GEM Regional model over the Next 36 hours.




NEWFOUNDLAND
We are looking at periods of Heavy Rain & strong winds right across the Island on Tuesday. The heaviest rains in the morning, then there's a good chance of Sunshine Tuesday afternoon for Central & East!  Along the North Coast from St. John's to St. Anthony Wind gusts could top 100 km/h! 

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Winds go from Southeast to Southwest & temperatures begin to fall in the afternoon. The West Coast will see heavy rain in the morning changing to wet snow in the higher elevations in the afternoon, then into the lower locations in the evening and overnight!

Snow Squalls are on the menu along the West Coast for Wednesday evening and overnight, where 5-10 cm could fall locally! Stay tuned to the Live Blog for any updates on that.
 
LABRADOR 
Rain begins in the extreme Southeast & along the Strait, with a change to Snow in the higher elevations through the day. The Snow starts to ramp up for Cartwright to Groswater Bay to Happy Valley-Goose Bay into the afternoon & especially the evening and overnight. Forecast models are dropping a solid 15-25 cm, with local amounts near 30 cm by Wednesday morning!
 
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Winds will also be gusty over Southeastern Labrador late Tuesday and into Wednesday, with gusts 70-80 km/h.
 
BUT WAIT... THERE'S MORE! 
The best part? We have yet another Storm on the way for Thursday/Friday this week, with more Rain & Wind for Newfoundland and more Snow for Labrador!
 
Stay tuned,

Ryan

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