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REGIONAL WEATHER FORECAST: The groundhog had the right idea!
A weather warning is now in effect. Click here to view all affected communities.
A cold Prairie High continues to dominate our weather picture. The persistent northwest wind will serve up an unseasonable cold night and day tomorrow. We can expect dangerous wind-chill values ranging from -25 to -40. Meanwhile a developing snowmaker is starting to track up the Ohio Valley. By sunrise Thursday, light snow will be falling over western regions of the maritime provinces. The approaching system will be deflected southward as it nears Newfoundland - keeping the higher snow totals over western regions; right now it looks like a 5-10 cm event with less than 5 cm for Cape Breton and just a dusting for western Newfoundland.