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Posted 29 December 2012 - 02:11 PM

The first significant snow storm of the season for Nova Scotia is possible starting later this evening and tomorrow. Anywhere from 15~30cm+ is possible. This is Environment Canada's current warning bulletin for the area I live in:

Warnings
Kings County
4:40 AM AST Saturday 29 December 2012
Winter storm warning for
Kings County upgraded from Winter storm watch

Most of Mainland Nova Scotia is under a winter storm warning with upwards of 25 centimetres of snow and blowing snow expected beginning tonight and continuing Sunday.

This is a warning that dangerous winter weather conditions are expected or occurring in these regions. Monitor weather conditions..listen for updated statements.

A low pressure system currently well south of the Great Lakes will track eastward today and become an intense nor'Easter tonight as it tracks along the coast of Nova Scotia. This storm will bring a large swath of heavy snow to Nova Scotia along with blowing snow in strong northerly winds. 20 to 40 centimetres of snow can be expected for most of Mainland Nova Scotia with the exception of Eastern Nova Scotia which is forecast to change over to rain for several hours on Sunday before changing back to snow. In addition higher than normal water levels with rough pounding surf due to high waves are expected along the Atlantic coast Sunday morning. Storm surge warnings are in effect over Northern Nova Scotia for Antigonish County and the Cape Breton coasts along the Gulf of St Lawrence. High water levels and rough pounding surf due to high waves are expected late Sunday afternoon and in the evening.

A Les Suetes wind warning is in effect for Inverness County - Mabou and north with gust to 90 km/h beginning Sunday morning and ending in the evening

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