CHARLOTTETOWN: Still dealing with a stalled, soggy system
A conveyor belt of moisture continues to bring waves of rain, drizzle and fog to the region. Heavy rain will brush Nova Scotia’s south shore with 50 to 80 mm of rain by Tuesday evening; elsewhere, those numbers will be in the 20 to 30 mm range. As a high pressure system slides across northern Quebec, colder air funnelling into the top of the weather maker will whiten things up through central and northern Newfoundland - Gander could see as much as 10 cm of new snow by Wednesday afternoon. Flurries are also possible across Cape Breton and there could be close to 5 cm of snow in parts of north-eastern NB. Looking for some sun? Labrador is the place to be this week!