Atlantic Canada Still Feeling Effects of an Early Winter

Posted by Christopher Poitras on Tuesday, December 4, 2018
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Being the first week of Meteorological Winter, below average temperatures, and snow are expected, however the Atlantic Canadian Provinces, have been experiencing this early winter for quite some time now.   Unfortunately, it is not Forecasted to get any better.   

The 7 day forecasts for Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick, all seem to agree with weather patterns that will bring, continuous below average temperatures, and light snow.  


The average temperature for most of these areas is just above the freezing mark.  However, lately the daytime highs are, at  warmest, minus 5 degrees Celsius.  


If there is one positive, the sunshine will peak through the clouds, off and on throughout the week.    



The Team

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