Here is our latest thinking for the Thursday-Friday snowstorm for Newfoundland. Strong winds 70-90 kmh also....
Along the south coast and southern Avalon Peninsula I expect a change to rain, which will greatly limit accumulations. There will likely be a big difference in snow accumulation from north to south across the Avalon if this track holds.
Watch for slippery roads and walkways Thursday night and Friday across eastern/northeastern Ontario and into southern and central Quebec...
Moist, mild air surging in from the southwest will move over a colder dome of air Thursday night into Friday. Very close to the surface the temperatures will be at or slightly below freezing resulting in some spotty, light freezing rain (ice). Not concerned about any accumulation of ice, but rather untreated roadways and sidewalks.
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Late-season snow for the western Prairies later this week and a look at the weekly long range pattern.
Major storm to inundate eastern Canada with rain and wind Thursday followed by a change to snow later Thursday night into Friday.
My latest thoughts on the weather pattern into next week