Storm to Start the Work Week

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Sunday, January 28, 2018
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A developing area of low pressure in the southeastern United States will move northward over the next few days and have and impact on our weather in Atlantic Canada.

In eastern New Brunswick snow will begin Tuesday morning and continue until Wednesday. Some areas could see significant snow.

Snow, ice pellets and possibly freezing rain are expected to impact Nova Scotia.

Precipitation will begin on Monday night and continue into Tuesday.

Some areas could see significant snow and strong winds. There is also a possibility that snow may change over to freezing rain or rain in the extreme eastern regions.

There is the potential for significant snow and strong winds Tuesday across Prince Edward Island.

Newfoundland will also see some impacts from this low.

Across the Avalon and eastern parts of Newfoundland snow will begin midnight Monday night. Snow will transition to freezing rain to rain during the day on Tuesday along with strong winds.

By Tuesday morning snow will begin in Central Newfoundland. Along the south coast snow will change to rain.

Western Newfoundland will see snow beginning on Tuesday morning. Snow may change to ice pellets or freezing rain at times.

On the Great Northern Peninsula snow will arrive Tuesday afternoon and will taper off Tuesday night.

There remains some uncertainty with this storm keep checking for updates.



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