Complex low continues to impact the Maritimes, Newfoundland is next
Two lows currently over the Maritimes are creating unsettled weather across the region today.
Across Nova Scotia, precipitation should mostly be rain, but across western and inland sections of the province, rain could mix with, or change to, snow at times. For eastern Nova Scotia rainfall amounts of 30 to 50 mm is possible from today to Monday. Western Nova Scotia will see rainfall amounts of 15 to 30 mm and snowfall of 5 to 15 cm. For the Cape Breton Highlands, a mix of rain and snow is expected. Snow will be the dominant form of precipitation with 15 to 20 cm expected. The entire province will see strong winds.
In New Brunswick, snow will be the main concern. From this morning to Monday morning most areas of the province will see 20 to 30 cm of snow.
Prince Edward Island will see flurries and showers throughout the weekend but nothing significant.
Across Newfoundland, snow, rain, and strong winds are expected Sunday night through Tuesday morning. Across central Newfoundland mostly snow is expected with 10 to 20 cm likely. The Avalon Peninsula and Burin Peninsula will see mostly rain. Rainfall amounts of 30 to 50 mm is possible. The area will also be battered by strong winds with gusts to 80 km/h possible.