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Sun 23:00 EST
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West & Sth Coast Forecast

  • Sunday Cloudy. Very high (90%) chance of showers, becoming less likely later tonight. Snow falling above 1200 metres. Winds SW 30 to 45 km/h turning W 25 to 35 km/h in the evening.

  • Monday Cloudy. Very high (95%) chance of showers, most likely in the afternoon and evening. Snow falling above 1200 metres. The chance of a thunderstorm in the evening. Winds W 25 to 40 km/h turning NW 35 to 50 km/h early in the morning then increasing to 45 to 65 km/h in the early afternoon.

  • Tuesday Cloudy. Very high (95%) chance of rain. Snow falling above 800 metres. Heavy falls exceeding 60 mm possible. Winds NW 35 to 55 km/h.

  • Wednesday Partly cloudy. High (80%) chance of showers, most likely in the morning. Snow falling above 800 metres. Winds W/NW 35 to 55 km/h.

  • Thursday Cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of showers, most likely in the morning and afternoon. Winds NW 35 to 50 km/h turning N 30 to 45 km/h during the morning then decreasing to 25 to 40 km/h during the afternoon.

Issued Sun 16:25 EST

West & Sth Coast Weather Forecasts

Station
Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Showers
11 15 90% 5-10mm Nil WSW 30 76 WSW 42 75
Mostly sunny
7 19 80% 10-20mm Nil - - - -
Windy with rain
5 7 90% 10-20mm Slight SSW 32 100 SW 27 100
Possible shower
12 20 - 10-20mm Nil - - - -
Rain
9 14 90% 10-20mm Nil WSW 20 92 WSW 26 84
Possible shower
11 20 90% 10-20mm Nil SSW 15 89 WSW 23 72
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