November 16, 2018                       2:00 PM

       Temperatures will remain near or below normal for the rest of this month. Strong low pressure will depart through the Canadian Maritimes this evening while high pressure builds in from the west. Clearing skies and subfreezing temperatures tonight will result in some patchy ice formation on any surfaces left untreated. It will be chilly and dry through the weekend. A weak wave of low pressure will quickly pass through Sunday night through early Monday with a brief period of light snow or snow showers. This will serve to provide a reinforcement of cold and dry weather for the middle of next week with highs in the 30s to near 40 returning.


Meteorologist Ryan Gallagher