Nor’easter expected to hit Atlantic region
We're in for another blast of winter.
A Nor'easter is expected to slam into the Atlantic provinces, settling into the Bay of Fundy on Thursday.
Envioronment Canada has issued a special weather statement as a low pressure system approaches New Brunswick from the southwest tomorrow and Thursday, bringing significant amounts of snow, which will likely change to rain over the southern half of the province Thursday afternoon or evening and strong northeasterly winds are also part of the mix.
Up to 30 centimetres of snow is possible for some regions.