Issued: Saturday, May 18 2013, 5AM
Today: An upper trough just to the west of the area to move through this morning. The air mass becoming drier and more stable in its wake.
Tommorrow: A weak ridge of high presssure to bring mainly sunny skies Sunday with climbing freezing levels and light westerly winds.
Outlook: Monday the next upstream trough line to begin spreading clouds to the area with scattered flurries overnight. Tuesday as an upper low develops and settles on the coast periods of snow develops. The low to drift inland Wednesday with clouds and a few flurries.
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Mainly cloudy with scattered wet flurries this morning.
Snow: 1 cm.
High near 3.
Ridge wind southeast 20 shifting to west in the afternoon.
Freezing level near 2100 metres.
Low near minus 1. High near 6.
Ridge wind west 15 km/h.
Freezing level near 2300 metres.
Sunny with increasing cloud in the afternoon.
Low near zero. High near 6.
Ridge winds southwest 15 km/h.
Freezing level near 2400 metres.
Periods of snow.
Snow: 5-10 cm.
Low near minus 2. High near 1.
Ridge wind southeast 25 km/h.
Freezing level near 2000 metres.
Cloudy with wet flurries.
Snow: 2-3 cm.
Low near minus 3. High near zero.
Ridge wind southeast 15 km/h.
Freezing level near 1900 metres.
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