Winter storm

Schools remain closed as winter storm hits east coast for second day

Metro-area schools are closed for the rest of the day as a winter storm continues to lash eastern Newfoundland.

Memorial University’s St. John’s campus is reopening at 1 p.m. Some College of the North Atlantic campuses from Gander eastward are reopening this afternoon, while others are staying closed for the day.

The last round of snow is expected to end late Wednesday morning.

Day full of cancellations and closures as winter storm hits province

It was a day of closures and cancellations today as a winter storm hit eastern Newfoundland.

The storm is far from over, with the snow continuing into tomorrow. NTV’s Marykate O’Neill reports.

Schools closed in metro-area as winter storm hits eastern Newfoundland

Schools in the metro-area are closed for the day Tuesday as a winter storm hits the east coast.

A Winter Storm Warning is now in effect from Gander to the Avalon and as far west as Connaigre. Blowing Snow Advisories are up from the Bay of Exploits southwest to Channel-Port aux Basques.

The Avalon will see the snow ease off for a bit later and mix with ice pellets at times before going back to snow this evening.

Major storm on way in Northern Labrador, cold snap across province

The province is warning residents of Northern Labrador to be prepared for a major winter storm. Meanwhile, with a cold snap expected across the province, End Homelessness St. John’s is alerting people who need emergency shelter to Newfoundland and Labrador Housing’s emergency number at 1-833-724-2444.

First winter storm on Avalon causes many closures

The first major snowfall of the season on the Avalon caused a number of closures, including schools and government offices. It was a headache for some, but for others it was fun. NTV’s David Salter and Marykate O’Neill report.

Avalon Peninsula bracing for first major winter snow storm

The Avalon peninsula is bracing for the first major snow storm this winter.

Businesses and officials with the city of st. john’s say they’re ready for tomorrow. NTV’s Marykate O’Neill reports.

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