It will snow in Nova Scotia

A storm is expected to drop a significant amount of snow across much of Nova Scotia Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning.

The storm is passing south of the province. If it deviates a little from the forecast path, the amount of snow and the regions affected will change.

The heaviest snowfall at the time of writing is forecast for areas along the Atlantic coast to Cape Breton. 15 to 30 cm of snow could fall.

Snow warnings from Environment Canada are also in effect for these areas. The winds forecast for the counties Richmond and Cape Breton, which could reach speeds of up to 50 mph, could cause blowing snow that would reduce visibility.

Snow is expected to begin falling in the south of the province Monday afternoon, reaching the Halifax area during rush hour.

A mix of rain and snow is expected in the afternoon, followed by snow as temperatures drop.

Juliet Ingram

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