Parts of Atlantic Canada are still contending with the latest storm that's impacting the region, oh by the way...
An area of low pressure that is located over the western United States is going to bring some unsettled weather to Ontario and Quebec this weekend. From there the low will make its way to Atlantic Canada.
Snow will start in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia early on Sunday morning and Prince Edward Island late on Sunday morning. Across southern and eastern sections of Nova Scotia, the snow may mix with, or change to rain on Sunday afternoon.
Overnight on Sunday, snow will make it to Newfoundland. Snow is expected to change to rain on the Avalon Peninsula and the Burin Peninsula.
The region will also see strong winds.
This next system won't be nearly as strong in Eastern Newfoundland as the storm we are seeing today.