Storm and Road Update for Atlantic Canada

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Thursday, April 5, 2018
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The storm across Atlantic Canada is winding down.

In Newfoundland, there is some freezing drizzle remaining in some areas. On the Great Northern Peninsula there is heavy snow, the snow will change to rain this afternoon. In Labrador, snow will end this morning. 10 to 15 cm is possible, there will also be some blowing snow.

Roads across Newfoundland and Labrador are a mess in spots. There are slippery , slushy and wet sections on the Avalon. In Eastern and Central roads are slippery , snow covered and slushy sections. Slippery and slushy sections continue on the west coast, motorists are advised to stay off the Stephenville Access Road to Port aux Basques. There is heavy drifting in parts of Labrador with snow covered and slippery sections.

In Nova Scotia skies are beginning to clear in most areas, there is some lingering flurries or rain showers in western areas.

Roads on Cape Breton are wet. There are some wet sections throughout the remainder of the province.

New Brunswick has some snow continuing around the Fredericton area. It is mostly overcast elsewhere.

Roads in western and central New Brunswick are snow-covered with slippery sections. Eastern areas roads are clear and dry in areas.

In Charlottetown there are mostly cloudy skies.

On Prince Edward Island roads are clear and dry.

The Team

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