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Another Coastal Storm?

Hey folks,

First all, let's talk about the amazing weekend in store for almost everyone across the Province.

Sunshine for everyone on Saturday. With temperatures between 8 and 10 degrees.

Sunday will be even better across the Island with temperatures between 10 and 12 degrees.
In Labrador, a system rolling out of Quebec will push East bringing Showers for most of the day in Labrador West... and approaching Happy Valley Goose Bay in the late afternoon-early evening time frame.

This is far from a sure thing... with the models flip flopping like crazy. One day they're showing a massive coastal storm... the next day it's gone... the next day it's there again.
The time frame has been this coming mid-week... with a system forming off the Coast of the U.S. and again tracking North. Although this storm looks like it could be tracking more West than our storm which just passed.
Coastal Storm-Oct24.bmp
If this storm does happen and does track further West... the potential of Cold air wrapping into this system would be there. What does that mean? Perhaps some decent snowfall amounts for Labrador.
Again, this is just speculation at this point... but I wanted to let you know I'm watching this... and I'll let you know how it all plays out.


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