Stormy Few Days Ahead for Atlantic Canada

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Sunday, March 3, 2019

An area of low pressure moving across the Maritimes this morning is dropping a lot of snow over Nova Scotia.

The snow will taper off across Nova Scotia on Sunday morning.

From there snow is likely in eastern Newfoundland and across the Avalon.

Precipitation Forecast Saturday to Monday Morning

Location

Snow

Rain

St. John’s

5-10 cm

0 mm

Gander

2-5 cm

0 mm

Corner Brook

Trace

0 mm

Labrador City

Trace

0 mm

Sydney

10-15 cm

0 mm

Halifax

30-50 cm

0 mm

Yarmouth

3-45 cm

0 mm

Charlottetown

5-10 cm

0 mm

Fredericton

2-4 cm

0 mm

Moncton

2-4 cm

0 mm


A second low will affect a larger geographic area.

Snow will spread across the Maritimes on Saturday afternoon. Snow will change to ice pellets and then rain over Nova Scotia and eastern Prince Edward Island. Snow arrives in Newfoundland Monday evening. The snow will most likely change to ice pellets or freezing rain and then rain for all areas except the west coast and Great Northern Peninsula. 

Precipitation Forecast Monday to Tuesday Evening

Location

Snow

Rain

St. John’s

10-15 cm

Trace

Gander

5-10 cm

Trace

Corner Brook

10-15 cm

Trace

Labrador City

Trace

0 mm

Sydney

15-20 cm

2-4 mm

Halifax

20-30 cm

5-10 mm

Yarmouth

15-20 cm

5-10 mm

Charlottetown

10-20 cm

Trace

Fredericton

10-15 cm

0 mm

Moncton

10-20 cm

0 mm


Keep checking back for updates.



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