The central pressure is forecast to deepen an incredible 22mb in 24 hours, almost reaching the criteria to be considered a “weatherbomb”.
Far, and largely unpopulated, Northeastern Labrador will see snow mix-in. Accumulating snow is possible in Greenland.
Expect pounding surf of 3-5m and beach erosion in Labrador. As well as, heavy rainfall and strong winds. Strongest winds to 90km/h will remain well off the coast.
Western sections will see locally-heavy rainfall with this system. The biggest weather story is focused on a sudden change in weather pattern.
Warm & humid conditions dominating the Province will end, at least temporarily, with the passage of a cold front.
A cooler much-drier airmass will move across the province West to East throughout Tuesday.