A pleasant spell of weather; Gold Cup Parade on the 17th at Prince Edward Island enjoys sun-filled skies.
Wet, then fair skies return.
Thunderstorms, some heavy, followed by fair weather.
Labour Day is fair and pleasant.
Thunderstorms sweep in, followed by clearing skies.
Hurricane Nova Scotia/Prince Edward Island. Unseasonably warm and humid with showers elsewhere.
A Tropical Disturbance dawdles off the coast. Rain, then turning fair and cooler.
Fair skies persist.
Thunderstorms rumble rapidly across the region followed by clearing and cooler conditions.
Fair skies followed by scattered rain showers.
Dry, windy weather.
Strong disturbance sweeps east to off the Atlantic coast, unfortunately coinciding with the Thanksgiving holiday: stormy with gale-force winds along coastal areas. Look for clearing by the 11th.
Showers sweep across the region from west-to-east accompanied by milder air.
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