Environment Canada’s forecast for Truro for today still includes a 30 per cent chance of flurries this morning. By noon the temperatures will be above zero so there is a 30 per cent chance of flurries or showers this afternoon. The winds will remain light out of the east at 20 kmh gusting to 40.
That chance of showers or flurries will continue through tonight. Tomorrow expect a rainy day and a wet Thursday night.
Ray of hope: next week the forecast is calling for southwest winds and double digit highs.
The tidal bore will roll into Truro at 8:10 a.m. this morning and then tonight under the cloud-covered moonlight at 8:54 p.m. The sun will set tonight at 7:45 p.m. and come up tomorrow at 6:44 a.m. – two full minutes earlier than today.
Some of the stories we put online yesterday:
Drive by callers and lack of information frustrate Truro area first responders – You have to pull over to make a 911 call and firefighters say it would be helpful if you could check if what you are seeing is an emergency.
Making mornings easier for others: Pay it forward at Give Back Cafe in Truro – Our intern Amanda Doucette gave us this good news story and I say thank heavens for anyone making mornings easier with free coffee for those who need it.
Bearcats look to take stranglehold on playoff series – Game three at home tonight. Are you going out to cheer the boys on?
Dave Ritcey takes on new role at Newbridge Academy – Anybody know this guy? Story by our intern (from Truro) Peter Topshee.
YOUR STORIES: Truro Christian school offers unique education – Lyle Carter gives us an interesting look into the education offered at the CCA.
Windsor high school student trapped under car, airlifted to Halifax – From our colleagues at the Hants Journal.
Search on again for worst roads in Atlantic Canada – There’s no bad roads in Colchester County eh?
EVENTS for WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5
Dance at Salmon River Fire Hall, 7:30 to 10 p.m. Music by Countrified and others. Shared lunch.
Soup Luncheon at Knox United Church, Brookfield, noon; $7.
Newcomers Club of Truro meeting at 7p.m., Sobeys Community Room, Robie Street. Ladies new to the area welcome. Info: Liz Magee 890-4798.
Music Circle Jam from 7 to 10 p.m., West Branch Hall; players admitted free; listeners $2.50; light refreshments; proceeds to Community Hall.
In the video below from about 7 a.m. this morning at the corner of Prince and Young, someone is calling very insistently for a cheeseburger. Who is the cheeseburger bird?