Another Storm Eyes NL #nlwx
Another storm is making its way to Newfoundland and Labrador.
Snow moves into Newfoundland and Labrador this evening and will continue across Newfoundland until Tuesday evening. Along the southeast coast, snow may mix with rain at times.
Snow continues on the Great Northern Peninsula overnight Tuesday. The snow will continue in Labrador until Wednesday. 15 to 30 cm of snow is expected along the west coast and southwest coast, the immediate coastal area will see lesser amounts. On some areas of the Great Northern Peninsula, up to 40 cm is possible.
For most of central and eastern Newfoundland including St. John's about 10 cm of snow is expected Tuesday.
Since coastal Labrador is expected to see snow almost all week, up to 50 cm is possible by Thursday.
Coastal winds in Newfoundland will gust between 80 and 100 km/h tonight and Tuesday. In the Wreckhouse area gusts to 140 km/h are possible overnight.
Newfoundland and Labrador will remain quite unsettled this week as this low continues to spin over the area.
All Marine Atlantic crossings scheduled for today are cancelled and Marine Atlantic says there could be impacts on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.