Respectable ice accretion is expected to build for parts of Quebec and West-Central regions of New Brunswick.
Freezing rain is expected to creep through both of the aforementioned provinces and pose an extended threat of widespread freezing rain. While not all regions are expected to be targeted, regions such as Quebec City and its Northern suburbs, as well as, regions in West-Central New Brunswick will become treacherous as upwards of 15mm of accretion could result. Regions elsewhere will receive minimal accretion, and thereby, only isolated and patchy icy conditions will be present.
Freezing rain is expected to linger into much of the day on Tuesday.
Predominantly rain will target Southern New Brunswick, and Eastern PEI.
At TransCanada Weather, we suggest you take extra care while walking outside or commuting to and from work.
Please adjust your driving habits accordingly and be prepared to allot extra time from traveling to and from your destination.
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