Another Nor’easter Targets the Maritimes Thursday; Late Thursday through Friday for Newfoundland.
A relentless parade of Nor’easters continue to track into the aforementioned regions. While amounts will not be entirely substantial due to slightly warmer surface and upper atmospheric temperatures, amounts will still threaten commute and travel times.
The low pressure system will approach from the southwest bringing alongside a widespread swath of snow, however, transitions to rain/wet snow and/or ice pellets will encompass much of the shoreline of Nova Scotia, thereby likely limiting snow.
The heaviest snowfall accumulations will reside in SE New Brunswick and NW Nova Scotia, and PEI, through Thursday; for Newfoundland, the heaviest snow will reside in western sections.
Depending on the exact [and final] track of the Nor’easter, amounts may vary from the listed depictions +/- 5cm.
Please stay tuned, as we at TCW are monitoring this situation attentively.
Drive safe and always be alert during winter conditions.
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