The winter weather is officially returning to southern Newfoundland & Labrador this week. On Monday afternoon, a special weather warning issued across Newfoundland warns residents of snow, freezing rain and ice pellets. In the weather advisory,\nOver the weekend, St. Johns experiences some relatively nice weather. With highs of 12 degrees to 13 degrees and sunny weather, locals enjoyed a bit of spring weather before another storm front is anticipated to roll in.\nFor most of the weather warnings, the winter weather is expected to return on Tuesday evening and into Wednesday.\nAccording to Environment Canada, a "low pressure system will bring a variety of winter precipitation for most of Newfoundland" on Tuesday night and into Wednesday. According to the statement, the precipitation will turn into ice pellets and freezing rain on Wednesday morning.\nWhile parts of the area may see the freezing rain and ice pellets turn to rain on Wednesday afternoon, some areas will continue to see winter weather throughout the day. The weather system is expected to die down on Wednesday evening, but cold weather and mixed precipitation may continue to affect major areas in Newfoundland until Friday.\nEnvironment Canada has issued special weather statements for the following areas in Newfoundland:\nAvalon Peninsula North\nAvalon Peninsula Southeast\nAvalon Peninsula Southwest\nBay of Exploits\nBay St. George\nBonavista North\nBonavista Peninsula\nBuchans and the interior\nBurgeo - Ramea\nBurin Peninsula\nChannel-Port aux Basques and vicinity\nClarenville and vicinity\nConnaigre\nCorner Brook and vicinity\nDeer Lake - Humber Valley\nGander and vicinity\nGrand Falls - Windsor and vicinity\nGreen Bay - White Bay\nGros Morne \nSt. John's and vicinity\nTerra Nova\nEnvironment Canada\nAccording to The Weather Network, daytime weather will begin to dip starting on Tuesday and reach 0° Celcius on Thursday. Daytime highs will bounce around from 3° to 0° starting Tuesday until Friday.\nIf you're not a fan of cold weather, don't fret, the weather will begin trending upwards after the work week ends.\nIf you're going to be driving to work, school or commuting, be wary of delays and slippery conditions.