Another Blizzard Expected For Newfoundland and Labrador!

We have another storm coming! It will start this evening and last until Saturday morning. All the snow we have managed to get rid of in recent days with the rain and warmer weather we had, will be replaced with this storm. 50-80 cm of snow is just too much!! We will be digging ourselves out for days to come…

This is why I went to the grocery store yesterday on my way home, so we will have enough to last a few days and what was too heavy for me to get, hubby is picking up on his way home from work today. I expect hubby will be home from work tomorrow for another snow day!

While it is typical for NL weather to be mercurial, this accumulation of snow is unusual. Yes, we have had winter storms here into May! It will be fun anyway and before we know it, the snow will be gone and the Spring will be here!

I am looking forward to those days and in the meantime, I can handle the snow, as really, I don’t need to go out in it daily, not like my hubby and most folks who go to work… I can sit here in my cozy home and wait for it to melt!

Alerts for: St. John’s and vicinity


5:14 AM NST Thursday 7 March 2024
Winter Storm Warning in effect for:

  • St. John’s and vicinity

A prolonged period of snow, at times heavy, is expected. Ice pellets are also likely over some areas.

Locations: northern Avalon Peninsula, including St. John’s and vicinity.

Total snowfall: 50 to 80 cm.

Time span: this evening until Saturday morning.

Remarks: Snow is expected to become heavy at times this evening and will continue until early Saturday morning. Tonight, areas along the southern shore will see the snow transition to ice pellets, resulting in reduced total snowfall accumulations. However, the ice pellets are expected to change back to snow on late Friday. Gusty winds accompanying the snow may cause reduced visibility at times in blowing snow, especially later Friday into Friday night.

Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow. Consider postponing non-essential travel until conditions improve. Winter storm warnings are issued when multiple types of severe winter weather are expected to occur together.

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