Ryan Snoddon Live

    Our latest storm system is moving into the region with a messy mix of rain and snow tonight and it will continue across the region through the day on Thursday. 
    Winds will be pick up overnight with widespread gusts 60-80 km/h across eastern New Brunswick, PEI and Nova Scotia through Thursday. 80-100 km/h gusts in Cape Breton.
    Precipitation will begin as rain for many this evening, before mixing to snow late this evening and into the overnight for most. The Thursday morning commute looks very messy  across much of the region. The snow will mix back to a shower and flurry mix through Thursday morning for most of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and PEI.  
    Given the mixing and temperatures near freezing, totals are tough to nail down. That said, the heaviest amounts are expected over the higher elevations of Cape Breton, inland areas of the Northumberland shore line, through Colchester and Cumberland counties, across PEI and then eastern New Brunswick, where 15 to 25 cm is expected, even with a mix of rain.
    Winter storm and snowfall warnings are in place here. 
    In Nova Scotia, snowfall amounts will be lower as you move south towards the Atlantic coastline with anywhere from 5-15 cm across most of the central mainland and into the valley. Amounts will be closer to 5 cm from Halifax down the southshore to Yarmouth.  In New Brunswick, amounts drop as you move west with 5-10 cm in the south and west and 10-15 cm through central regions. 
    We'll also see elevated water levels and pounding surf for eastern Nova Scotia, Cape Breton, PEI and eastern New Brunswick, storm surge warnings and special weather statements are in effect here.

    Full details this evening at 6pm on CBC-TV!
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