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Newfoundland Weather Folk Lore:  
 -When goats come home from the hills, expect rain soon.
-When the wind is in the east 'Tis neither good for man nor beast.

Common signs of bad weather especially rain & fog

- Dog sleeping through the day.
- Spiders very active.
- arthritic pains in the elderly.
- Lots of dogberries in the fall means a lot of snow in the winter.
- soot falling to the ground

SHEILA'S BRUSH - Fierce storm and heavy snowfall about the 18th of March. Sheila's Brush is the last of winter usually around St. Patrick's day. The snow is a result of Sheila's sweeping. Legend has it that Sheila was St. Patrick's wife, sister or mother. Sometimes a storm before "Paddy's" Day is called Patrick and Sheila.

Lion "When March comes in like a lion it goes out like a lamb, when it comes in like a lamb, it goes out like a lion"  If this weather prediction is true don't put away your shovels yet, for winter is far from over.

Click here for Current forecast from Environment Canada


Before you set out on our roads check out the daily road report as provided by the Department of Works, Services and Transportation. Or get real time photographs from the 5 highway cams across our province.

bullet Foxtrap:


Check out road conditions across the province

# Grand Falls-Windsor # Port aux Basques # Goobies # Pynn's Brook

(Pictures are updated every 5 to 10 minutes)>

More weather info:
Here is the most recent infra red and visible satellite images for Newfoundland and Labrador. Also available is the national weather map, a small animation of the GOES-East (10.70 micron) of Eastern Canada and a small animation of the GOES-East (Visible) of Eastern Canada. The satellite animations are comprised of the last 48 images presented in mpeg format.

Also available are the marine forecast and hourly weather reports for Newfoundland and Labrador and the Ultra Violet (UV) Indices and Ozone Report for Canada.



 Newfoundland Time:10/4/2006 5:41:18 PM


Newfoundland Time: 10/4/2021 5:41:18 PM

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