A low-pressure system off the coast of New England is expected to continue its track toward Quebec and Atlantic Canada.
The low arrives this afternoon and Tuesday.
It looks like rain for Nova Scotia, eastern New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island.
Western New Brunswick and southern Quebec will likely see freezing rain Monday afternoon or evening before changing over to snow in the overnight hours.
Precipitation across Newfoundland will likely be in the form of rain, there is a risk of freezing rain along the west coast, south coast, and central Newfoundland. Some ice pellets and snow is possible on the Great Northern Peninsula.
Southeastern Labrador will see snow. The remainder of Labrador will probably not see any snow.
Another low will push through on Thursday.