A March Storm Is Set To Bring Wet Weather & Even Snow To Atlantic Canada This Week (VIDEO)

The weather is totally confused.
Associate Producer

This time of the year tends to be messy in Canada. The east coast is definitely battling with this the most as the Atlantic forecast calls for yet another storm this week.  

The Weather Network says the blizzard will start on Tuesday afternoon in Gaspé, Quebec where they will get 15 - 20 cm of snowfall.

Most of the Maritimes will only see 5 – 10 cm. 

The storm will then make its way south to Fredericton, New Brunswick by night.  

Once it hits Saint John’s it will quickly change to mixed precipitation and then to rain as it moves towards Newfoundland by Wednesday morning.  

Yarmouth and Halifax can expect 5-10 mm of rainfall.  

You can be reassured as the whole thing will be over by mid-week. 

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