An area of low pressure will begin to push across Newfoundland on Saturday morning.
Central and western Newfoundland will see snow from the system. On the Burin and Avalon Peninsula, a mix of rain, snow and ice pellets are expected.
Elevation will play a large role in how much snow will fall. Higher elevations will see more snow.
There is a snowfall warning in effect for:
Avalon Peninsula North
Clarenville and vicinity
St. John's and vicinity
In the above-listed areas, snowfall amounts of 10 to 20 centimetres are expected. Elsewhere across Newfoundland, snowfall amount of 5 to 15 centimetres is expected. On the Avalon, there will also be wind gusts to about 60 km/h which will cause reduced visibility and blowing snow.
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