A strong area of low pressure has the potential to bring some very stormy weather to Nova Scotia, portions of Prince Edward Island, and parts of Newfoundland this weekend.
It looks like snow with strong winds will begin in southern Nova Scotia on Friday night.
From there, the snow will track north, encompassing all of the province by Saturday evening.
On Saturday evening, snow will also begin on the eastern half of Prince Edward Island.
Also on Saturday evening, snow will make it to Newfoundland accompanied by strong winds.
Western Newfoundland will only see some flurry activity. Central and eastern sections of the Island will see more significant snowfall.
The snow will pull offshore on Sunday afternoon.
Any mixed precipitation is expected to remain offshore.
This system is likely to cause some travel problems.