Complex low to bring mixed precipitation to Atlantic Canada
A weather system will bring a mixed array of weather to the Atlantic provinces.
Snow is expected this morning through this evening across south, central and northern New Brunswick.
Snowfall amounts will range from 15 to 25 cm.
Southern sections of New Brunswick will see rain along the immediate coast this morning and then freezing rain later this morning and afternoon. Precipitation should transition to ice pellets this evening.
Prince Edward Island
Snow will begin this morning across the province. Snowfall amounts of 20 to 25 cm is expected.
Ice pellets is expected across Queens and Kings counties.
Precipitation will come to an end on Saturday morning.
Widespread freezing rain is expected this morning to this evening across most of the province.
Snow, ice pellets, and rain is also expected but amounts will be minimal. Precipitation will change to flurries tonight before ending Saturday morning.
This afternoon snow will spread across western and central Newfoundland. Freezing rain is expected in a line from about Connaigre to the Bonavista Peninsula.
Rain is expected for the Burin and Avalon at first but freezing rain is expected on Saturday morning and eventually snow by Saturday evening.
Across southwestern, central, and northeastern Newfoundland, snowfall amounts of 15 to 20 cm is expected. For the Avalon and Burin Peninsulas snow, ice pellets, freezing rain, and rain is expected. Amounts will vary depending on the area.
Conditions clear on Saturday night.