Special weather alerts are in place for all of the East Coast provinces ahead of a major Atlantic storm that's coming on Tuesday.\nAccording to Weather Canada, residents of Quebec, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward Island can expect snowfall, heavy winds, and rain from Tuesday through to Thursday.\nEditor's Choice: Canada’s Brand New Travel Restrictions Could Start As Early As Next Week\n\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nA developing low-pressure system will track up the U.S. Eastern Seaboard on Tuesday and intensify into a major storm.\n\n\nWeather Canada\n\n\n\nThe storm will come up into Canada via the U.S. Eastern Seaboard, says Weather Canada, and the effects will be different in each province.\nResidents of southeastern Quebec can expect strong winds and up to 30 centimetres of snow, depending on the path of the storm.\nAlong with 70 km/h winds, people in Nova Scotia can expect 20 cm of snow which will turn into 60 mm of rain as the storm progresses. \nConditions in P.E.I. will largely be the same, with 25 cm of snow, 20 mm of rain, and 90 km/h winds expected in parts of the province.\nNewfoundland will see something slightly different — Weather Canada advises residents to look out for snow on Tuesday night that turns into ice pellets and eventually into rain on Wednesday. \nThere are currently no special weather alerts in place for Labrador. \n*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.