Atlantic Canada Is About To Get Slapped With Up To 30 cms Of Snow

Oh, and wind gusts up to 100 kilometres. 🤭
Canada Weather Is Bringing Up To 30 cms Of Snow For Atlantic Canada

It's almost the first day of spring but Mother Nature is not feeling it. Canada's weather will be looking especially grim for Atlantic Canada on Thursday, March 18 and through to Friday. 

According to The Weather Network, weather warnings are in effect across Nova Scotia and Newfoundland with 15 to 20 centimetres predicted and up to 30 centimetres in the northeast portion of Nova Scotia

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Parts of Newfoundland are also under rainfall warnings with up to 50 millimetres of rain and up to 15 centimetres of snow. 

"Strong southerly winds ahead of the front late Friday will also impact the Avalon, with gusts between 80 and 100 km/h expected," said The Weather Network.

Luckily, the storm will ease up by the weekend and a warming trend will kick off moving into next week. 

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