L’Ardoise – Morning walkers heading back home with their dogs just as the snow was starting to fall. Today’s forecast tells us snow at times heavy and local blowing snow will end later this afternoon. Snowfall amounts near 15cm are expected. Wind becoming north 30 km/h gusting to 50 early this afternoon then northwest 40 gusting to 70. High minus 5. Then, another low pressure system is expected to intensify along the East Coast of the United States as it approaches the Maritimes on Sunday. Current model guidance suggests the potential for winter storm conditions with significant snowfall and strong winds with blowing snow beginning early Sunday. So stay tuned!
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