Severe Weather Continues Across Atlantic Canada
An area of low pressure over the Bay of Fundy is bringing unsettled weather to Atlantic Canada.
While some of the weather alerts across Nova Scotia have come to an end, there will still be some flurries or showers today. Snowfall amounts should not exceed 10 centimetres. About 10 millimetres of rain is expected.
Snow will continue across New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island today. Some areas of New Brunswick and PEI could see over 20 centimetres of snow.
Precipitation is falling across most of Newfoundland. Snow will change to rain over the Avalon Peninsula, Burin Peninsula, and most of Central Newfoundland. Snow will likely be the dominant form of precipitation across the West Coast. Most areas will see strong winds also. In the heaviest snow across Western Newfoundland, 15 centimetres are possible. 10 millimetres of rain is expected along the South Coast.
The strong winds may cause power outages.
Marine Atlantic has cancelled all crossings for tonight.