Snow, Rain And Strong Wind Heading Toward NL

An area of low pressure is making for a very unsettled weekend across the province.

Snow will move into southern Labrador and western Newfoundland this afternoon. Snow will make it to western Newfoundland late this afternoon and to the Avalon this evening. The snow will change to rain for all areas of the Island tonight. Rain will continue tomorrow.

The heaviest rain is expected on the south coast, up to 40 mm is possible. For the northern Avalon and west coast, 15 to 25 mm is expected. Strong winds are also expected.

Southeastern parts of Labrador may receive 20 cm of snow.

Conditions will largely improve in Newfoundland on Saturday night, however, due to the counter-clockwise spin of the low, temperatures will once again fall. There is a risk of sea-effect snow along the west coast.

Current Alerts

Blizzard Warning

  • Hopedale and vicinity

  • Nain and vicinity

  • Postville - Makkovik

Snowfall Warning

  • Eagle River

  • Norman Bay to Lodge Bay

  • Upper Lake Melville

Winter Storm Warning

  • Cartwright to Black Tickle

  • Rigolet and vicinity

Rainfall Warning

  • Avalon Peninsula Southeast

  • Avalon Peninsula Southwest

  • Bay St. George

  • Burgeo - Ramea

  • Burin Peninsula

  • Channel-Port aux Basques and vicinity

  • Connaigre

  • Corner Brook and vicinity

  • Gros Morne

Wind Warning

  • Avalon Peninsula North

  • Avalon Peninsula Southeast

  • Avalon Peninsula Southwest

  • Bay St. George

  • Bonavista North

  • Bonavista Peninsula

  • Burin Peninsula

  • Connaigre

  • Northern Peninsula East

  • Port Saunders and the Straits

  • Red Bay to L'Anse-au-Clair

  • St. John's and vicinity

Wreckhouse Wind Warning

  • Channel-Port aux Basques and vicinity