Still Stormy in Western Newfoundland and Coastal Labrador
The storm has come to an end across most of Newfoundland. There is still some snow happening across the west coast and in Labrador. That's where our focus will be today.
Across western Newfoundland, snow and gusty winds will continue throughout the day. Flurries are expected to continue through Tuesday. Another 10 to 15 cm of snow is likely today.
Along coastal Labrador, 15 to 20 cm of snow and blowing snow are expected.
Several schools are either closed all day, closed for the morning, or have a delayed opening. Details here. Academy Canada (Corner Brook Campus) will have a 2-hr delayed opening.
Avalon Some snow-covered icy sections. Trans-Canada Highway to Witless Bay is closed. Travel not recommended Goulds to Cape Broyle due to drifting snow and poor visibility.
Central Partly snow-covered and icy, some slushy sections. Travel not recommended Carmanville to New Wes Valley and Gambo to New Wes Valley.
South Coast Bare pavement, some icy sections.
West Coast Mostly snow-covered and icy, drifting and reduced visibility in areas. Travel not recommended North Branch to Tompkins
Northern Peninsula Snow-covered. Travel not recommended near St. Anthony due to drifting snow and poor visibility.
Labrador Snow-covered roads. Southeastern Labrador roads are closed due to icy patches, drifting snow, and poor visibility.
Marine Atlantic ferry crossings scheduled for 11:45 am this morning will now depart at 11:45 pm this evening.