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TRURO: Another close call
While residents of the Avalon are bracing themselves for another shot of winter, the arctic high parked over northern Quebec will keep the storm away from our province. A strong north wind wrapping around the backside of the low will pull down more cold air and fuel steady onshore snow late Wednesday along the north shore — where the wind picks up moisture as it crosses the Northumberland Strait. The sun returns on Thursday, but it’s going to be a cold one! Friday will be fair and milder with temperatures climbing above freezing during the afternoon. On Saturday a system approaching from the west will bring rain and not snow. That system is not expected to linger but the next one will be right behind it! Could be an interesting start to the week.