Mixed Precipitation With Incoming Atlantic Canada Storm

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Saturday, April 13, 2019

A strengthening area of low pressure will deliver mixed precipitation to Atlantic Canada.

Rain will arrive in New Brunswick early on Monday morning and will spread to the remainder of the Maritime provinces by mid-morning.

Across western and northern New Brunswick precipitation will quickly change to snow with a risk of freezing rain. The remainder of the province will see mostly rain.

Both Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island will likely only see rain.

By noon on Monday Newfoundland will begin to see precipitation on the southwestern corner of the Island. It will spread to all of Newfoundland by the evening hours.

The Northern Peninsula will likely remain as snow. Central and the west coast will see snow changing to ice pellets and/or freezing rain, and then to rain. The south coast and Avalon will only see a minimal amount of snow, precipitation will likely only see to ice pellets and/or freezing rain, and then rain.

Southern Labrador will see snow.

Models are still not totally agreeing, so keep checking back for updates.

The Team

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