Temperatures Plunge in Newfoundland and a risk of Flurries

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Tuesday, May 15, 2018

One thing that will be very evident across Newfoundland for Wednesday is cooler weather.

A cold front moved through the area on Tuesday night and as a result temperatures dropped quite a bit.

On Tuesday there was some very warm spots in the Province.

Deer Lake Airport got up to 24.3, Corner Brook 22.9, Gander 22.1, Clarenville 21.1 and St. John's Airport got up to 19.4. St. John's West got up to 20.1.

Daytime highs Wednesday will be around 5 degrees for most areas and there is the risk of seeing some flurries for Central Newfoundland.

Conditions will gradually clear from west to east as we progress through the day on Wednesday.



The Team

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