Old Man Winter set to bring more snow to New Brunswick

Spring might have officially started on Monday, but that doesn't mean Old Man Winter is done with us.

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for central and southern New Brunswick, including the Fredericton and Woodstock areas.

Forecasters say a low pressure system forecast to develop over Quebec on Tuesday will track across southern New Brunswick on Wednesday.

They say the system could bring upwards of 10 centimetres of snow during the day Wednesday, with more forecast Wednesday night.

"There is still a lot of uncertainty regarding the developing of this system," said the national weather agency, "and the public is advised to monitor future forecasts as snowfall warnings may be required."

According to Environment Canada, snowfall warnings are issued when 15 centimetres or more of snow is forecast to fall within 12 hours or less.