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TRURO: More snow and a frost advisory… when will it end?
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High-pressure systems serve up sunshine if they are overhead. In the springtime, if they’re parked west of our region, they pull down very cold air! That cold air is funnelling into a rainmaker south of Newfoundland and serving up waves of wet flurries that reach back to the Cape Breton Highlands. Relief from the cold and the wind comes tomorrow across the Maritimes but not until Friday for Newfoundland. Speaking of Friday, a soggy system will clip the western half of mainland Nova Scotia leaving the rest of us under mostly cloudy skies. As for the weekend, once again, it will be split down the middle with fair weather Saturday and some moisture on Sunday. Stay tuned.