Snowfall amounts possibly exceeding 10 cm for Thursday: Environment Canada

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According to Environment Canada, a complex low pressure system developing south of Nova Scotia will approach Newfoundland from the south today, then rapidly intensify as it crosses eastern Newfoundland Thursday.

Snow ahead of the system is expected to develop over northern Newfoundland overnight  and persist into Thursday.

There remains some uncertainty in the exact track and depth of the system as it intensifies while crossing eastern Newfoundland — as a result, there is a chance that snowfall accumulations may exceed 10 centimetres by Thursday evening and strong northerly winds could reach warning criteria late in the day on Thursday.

Organizations: Environment Canada

Geographic location: Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Eastern Newfoundland Thursday.Snow Northern Newfoundland

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