Eastern Canada Turning Stormy

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Thursday, December 20, 2018

A large area of low pressure is expected to develop over the southeastern United States.

That low will move northward over the next few days.

It will bring unsettled weather from Eastern Ontario all the way to Newfoundland.

Freezing rain expected Thursday night into Friday morning over Eastern Ontario.

Widespread freezing rain is possible on Friday followed by heavy rainfall over Southern Quebec.

In New Brunswick rain and strong wind will begin on Friday morning. Northern sections may see freezing rain. Total rainfall accumulations may reach 50 mm.

Prince Edward Island may see 30 mm of rain. Warmer temperatures may cause flooding in some areas.

50 mm of rain is possible across Nova Scotia. Warmer temperatures may cause flooding in some areas. Temperatures will quickly drop Sunday morning.

Large waves and higher than normal water levels are likely along parts of the Atlantic coast on Friday night and Saturday.

Across Newfoundland and southern Labrador rain will bring Saturday morning. Freezing rain is possible over northern and western Labrador. Along the south coast of Newfoundland 50 mm of rain is possible with about 15 to 35 mm expected elsewhere. Warmer temperatures may cause flooding in some areas.



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