Stormy Set Up Across Eastern Canada From Ontario to NL

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Snow will gradually taper off across Southern Ontario today, about another 5 cm remains to fall. There is a risk of snow squalls for some areas today and tonight, which could give 10 to 15 cm of snow by Wednesday morning.

In Southern Quebec snowfall amounts near 10 to 20 cm are expected with the heaviest snowfall occurring over higher grounds.

Snow and rain are expected to develop this morning in New Brunswick. Southern and eastern coastal regions of the province will see rain or a mix of rain and snow with mostly snow elsewhere. Strong winds will also develop.

We are looking at rain, snow and wind on Prince Edward Island tonight and again Wednesday night and Thursday.

The first low will give rain and strong wind across Nova Scotia today, with snow over northern portions of the province. Winds with gusts up to 80 km/h is expected today. There is a Les Suêtes wind warning in effect for Inverness County - Mabou and north, winds gusting to 120 km/h is expected to develop tonight and Thursday night. Rain and snow will end or taper to showers or flurries by Wednesday morning. Precipitation will redevelop Wednesday night along with strong winds.

In Newfoundland, rain, snow, and wind expected for late Wednesday into Friday. There is a Wreckhouse wind warning in effect for Channel-Port aux Basques and vicinity, strong winds are expected to develop this evening with gusts increasing to 100 km/h early Wednesday morning and will persist into Thursday.

Labrador won't see any effects from this low.



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