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Regional Weather Forecast

An intensifying area of low pressure will track across central Nova Scotia and then stall just north of Prince Edward Island before heading for Labrador on Friday. A strong, east wind will develop as the rain pushes through. Rainfall totals will be in the 20 to 30 mm range. Farther north, it’s a snow event, with 10 to 12 cm of snow and lots of wind to blow it around. Cold air behind the system will trigger onshore now along the west coast as the system pulls out. We can expect a brief break late Friday and Saturday but keep your rain boots handy – I’m watching a developing Nor’easter!

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