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CHARLOTTETOWN: Welcome ‘end of summer’ rain
As remnants of Florence track eastward just offshore, a narrow dry slot will wiggle in behind it. The fair weather system brings gradual clearing and a cool, dry north wind. By the end of the week, the wind comes around to the south ahead of a tightly wound area of low pressure. This time, the heaviest rain will push across northern New Brunswick into Labrador Friday into Saturday. Our rain will come in the form of showers mostly overnight Friday into Saturday morning. The wind will gust to 50 km/h as it swings around to the north. Sunshine returns for the first full day of autumn on Sunday.