Please note the following weather alerts for the terminals listed below, we will continue to monitor the situations and provide updates as they become available.
Due to a complex weather system, snow is expected to spread across Nova Scotia from west to east and then change to rain. Periods of rain or drizzle will affect most of the province on Wednesday, March 15, but will change back to snow Wednesday evening and could give accumulations of up to 10 cm before ending early Thursday morning.
Snow is forecasted to develop in the south this afternoon, spreading northward by late evening. Snow will taper to flurries Wednesday afternoon, but persist over the Acadian Peninsula. Visibilities may be reduced due to blowing snow on Wednesday morning along the Acadian shores. Snow may become mixed with rain in the southeast by Wednesday morning.