Cape Breton Post - - WEATHER -

CINDY SAYS: As was the case last week­end, the weather will be split down the mid­dle with rain Satur­day and a mix of sun and cloud on Sun­day. The one con­stant will be the wind. It will blow from the SE with gusts to 70 km/h as the rain rolls through then shift to the W overnight into Sun­day morn­ing as the clear­ing pushes in. Sun­day’s wind will also gust be­tween 50 and 70 km/h. High tem­per­a­tures will be in the low sin­gle dig­its on Re­mem­brance Day. I don’t see much of a break be­tween fall storms – I’m watch­ing a de­vel­op­ing sys­tem over the Amer­i­can MID­WEST THAT IS SHOW­ING SIGNS OF IN­TENSE CYCLOGENESIS – AKA WEATHER BOMB IN­TEN­SI­FI­CA­TION. The lead­ing edge of that pow­er­ful storm would reach Cape Bre­ton late Tues­day night with a rain snow mix fol­lowed by more wind and rain on Wed­nes­day.

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