Winter Wallops NL

Posted by on Sunday, December 20, 2015
Corner Brook, NL | Saturday December 19, 2015


Today will be day two of stormy weather across Newfoundland and Labrador. Snow squalls are whipping up considerable snow in some areas of Newfoundland, further accumulation of 5 cm is possible today. Combined with strong winds making for reduced visibility.

Labrador is getting with pounded with heavy snow with another 10 cm expected today.

Snow squall watch for 
Avalon Peninsula Southeast         
Avalon Peninsula Southwest
Bay St. George
Burin Peninsula
Channel-Port aux Basques and vicinity
Corner Brook and vicinity
Deer Lake - Humber Valley
Green Bay - White Bay
Gros Morne
Parson's Pond - Hawke's Bay
Winter storm warning
Cartwright to Black Tickle
Postville - Makkovik
Rigolet and vicinity

Wind warning
Channel-Port aux Basques and vicinity
Blowing snow advisory
Hopedale and vicinity

All watches, warnings, and advisories are issued by Environment Canada.
It was also warm across many areas of the province as well yesterday. In fact yesterday's hot spot in Canada was Argentia, NL with a temperature of 12.7°C. St. John's got up to 11.7°C. It is much colder today with howling winds and temperatures near the freezing mark making it feel like minus 10.



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