A Storm Breakdown for Atlantic Canada
The latest storm system to impact Atlantic Canada is right on our doorstep. A mix of snow, ice pellets, freezing rain, and rain is expected.
In the Maritimes, precipitation starts today and will wind down on Saturday morning.
New Brunswick will mostly see snow except for southeastern sections where freezing rain is expected.
On Prince Edward Island snow will change to ice pellets, freezing rain, and eventually rain.
The snow falling across Nova Scotia will transition to ice pellets, freezing rain, and eventually rain.
Snow arrives in Newfoundland early on Friday morning. In the afternoon snow will change to ice pellets, freezing rain, and then rain on the Avalon and south coast. The snow will change to ice pellets in central on Friday evening. The west coast (north of Stephenville) will likely remain as snow.
Marine Atlantic has issued a travel advisory ahead of the storm.