Late Season Storm Heading Toward Atlantic Canada

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Thursday, April 11, 2019

A low pressure system will move across Atlantic Canada and could deliver significant precipitation amounts to the region.

The low will edge its way into New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and southern Nova Scotia on Monday morning. It will reach the rest of Nova Scotia by the afternoon.

Right now it seems as though western New Brunswick will remain as snow, eastern New Brunswick along with Prince Edward Island will see a rain-snow mix with the risk of ice pellets. Nova Scotia will likely remain as rain.

Overnight on Monday the low will arrive in Newfoundland. Western and Central sections of the Island will likely only see snow. the south coast and the Avalon may see ice pellets and then rain.

It doesn't seem as though Labrador will see any impacts.

It is still too early for specific precipitation amounts. Keep checking back for updates.



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