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Nor-easter to impact Atlantic Canada mid-week


There is fairly good agreement that a Nor-easter will bring snow and strong winds to portions of Atlantic Canada. Who will see the most snow is still somewhat unknown.


An area of low pressure will pass well south of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland on Tuesday night into Thursday.


Across Nova Scotia, Tuesday night into Wednesday snow and strong winds are expected. The main snow event will come to an end on Wednesday night, there will be sea-effect snow lingering through Thursday.


To a lesser extent, Prince Edward Island and eastern New Brunswick could also see snow.


Snow and strong winds move into Newfoundland on Wednesday and central and eastern Newfoundland will see snow. By Friday, the west coast will see some sea-effect snow.


It's too early to provide specific snowfall amounts, however, some areas could see significant snowfall amounts.

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austinst2008
Feb 13

what about moncton?

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Kyle Sooley-Brookings
Kyle Sooley-Brookings
Feb 13
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A couple of centimetres at most.

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maryarlenepaul8
Feb 13

How about frediction NB

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Kyle Sooley-Brookings
Kyle Sooley-Brookings
Feb 13
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Fredericton won't see any impacts from this system.

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