Mix of Wintry Weather Expected Across Atlantic Canada

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Tuesday, January 23, 2018
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Snow has begun across the Maritime Provinces.

In New Brunswick the snow will change to ice pellets and freezing rain later today and continue over the northern sections this evening. 

Some areas could see 15 to 25 centimetres of snow.

On Prince Edward Island snow will change to ice pellets or freezing rain in the afternoon.

In Nova Scotia heavy rain is expected for the Atlantic Coast.

30 mm are expected by overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning.

In Newfoundland the Avalon will likely see ice pellets change to rain. Central and Western Newfoundland will see snow change to ice pellets and then to rain. The heaviest rain is likely along the south coast. The Great Northern Peninsula may see significant snowfall.

Labrador will also see significant snowfall.

Precipitation Forecast

Location

Rainfall

Freezing Rain

Ice Pellets

Snowfall

St. John’s

10-20 mm

Trace

0 cm

Trace

Gander

10-20 mm

Trace

0 cm

2 cm

Corner Brook

10-20 mm

Trace

2-5 cm

5-10 cm

Labrador City

0 mm

0 mm

0 cm

5-10 cm

Sydney

20-30 mm

0 mm

0 cm

2-5 cm

Halifax

30-40 mm

0 mm

0 mc

2-5 cm

Charlottetown

5-10 mm

0 mm

2-5 cm

5-10 cm

Fredericton

15-25 mm

5-10 mm

2-5 cm

10-15 cm




The Team

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