It isn’t over but — as much as 20 cm of snow coming to N.S. Monday

Neglect April showers for now. A snowfall is predicted to blanket most of mainland Nova Scotia Monday. 

Budding crocuses could also be lined in as much as 15 to twenty centimetres, in keeping with Atmosphere Canada. 

It has issued snowfall warnings for a lot of central and southern Nova Scotia. A particular climate assertion is in place for Halifax County east of Porters Lake, and for Antigonish, Guysborough, Colchester and Cumberland counties. 

Snow will begin in southwestern elements of the province Monday morning, and Atmosphere Canada says robust winds might create blowing snow by afternoon and night. 

“Journey might develop into tough as a result of quickly accumulating snow and decreased visibility,” the particular climate assertion says.

CBC meteorologist Ryan Snoddon says this might imply a messy commute Monday night with snow starting within the Halifax space. 

He says southwest and central elements of the province will probably see essentially the most snow. Northern elements of the province will see between 5 and 10 centimetres.

Snoddon anticipated a mixture of ice pellets, freezing rain and rain beginning within the southwest and alongside the South Shore Monday night.

He mentioned winds will decide up by means of the night and proceed in a single day. Snow will taper to flurries earlier than clearing Tuesday morning. 


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