An area of low pressure will slowly move from south of the Avalon Peninsula to the Grand Banks between tonight and Wednesday evening. Due to the slow movement of the low, snow will likely persist for much of eastern and northeastern Newfoundland tonight into Wednesday morning. The snow will taper to flurries by Wednesday afternoon. Most of the snow has already fallen, but some light to moderate additional accumulations are likely tonight into early Wednesday. Once into Wednesday, I expect very little new snowfall accumulation. Although flurries will likely persist for the eastern half of the Island through the day. Western and southern areas will see some flurries tonight and Wednesday morning, but clearing skies by Wednesday afternoon. Lows across the board tonight will into the mid minus single numbers. Highs tomorrow will be near or a bit below freezing. Winds moderate from the east or northeast, gusting to 50 or 60 km/h tonight and Wednesday. The next chance of rain and snow moves across the Island on Thursday.


Labrador will see some snow in the southeast overnight, with light accumulations. Otherwise it’s partly cloudy to mostly clear. Lows into the minus single numbers to minus teens. A quiet day tomorrow, with some flurries on the coast. Sun and cloud in the west. Highs -5 to -10.