Storm Heading Toward Eastern Canada
A large area of low pressure will bring unsettled weather to Southern Ontario, Southern Quebec, and Atlantic Canada beginning on Thursday.
Across Southern Ontario, wind gusts up to 80 km/h are possible on Thursday evening. There will also be rain with 20 to 40 mm possible.
Areas north of the St. Lawrence River could see snow while areas south will likely remain as rain. 20 to 40 mm of rain is possible along the St. Lawrence River. In the heaviest snow, 10 to 15 cm is possible. There will also be strong winds.
Across the Maritimes, precipitation will be in the form of rain when it arrives on Thursday. The heaviest rain will likely fall over New Brunswick, 50 to 100 mm are possible. Elsewhere across the Maritimes, 20 to 40 mm of rain is expected. There will also be strong winds.
Newfoundland will get into the rain overnight on Thursday. 50 to 75 mm of rain may fall across western sections of the Island and 15 to 30 mm elsewhere. In Labrador, snow is expected for most areas. In the heaviest snow, 10 to 15 cm is possible. The southeastern portion of the Big Land may see mixed precipitation. There will also be strong winds.