An area of low pressure that will bring a significant storm to Ontario and Quebec will also impact the weather in Atlantic Canada.
Snow will begin on Thursday evening across New Brunswick and Nova Scotia and will reach Prince Edward Island overnight Thursday into Friday and Newfoundland by Friday morning.
At this time it looks like most of Atlantic Canada will only see snow from this low. Most of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and southern Labrador will remain as snow.
Some areas could see over 20 centimetres of snow.
Across southeastern New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, snow will change to ice pellets and then freezing rain.
Winds will also be strong.