East Kemptville, NS

-4°C

Freezing rain

East Kemptville, NS

-4°C

Freezing rain

Feels Like: -10
Wind: SE 19km/h
Sunrise: 7:53
Sunset: 17:15

Relative Humidity: 93%
Pressure: 100.9 kPa
Visibility: 3.0 km
Ceiling: 1189 ft

Farmzone: East Kemptville, Nova Scotia change_»

Rainfall Warning

Issued at 10:49 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Rain, heavy at times is expected. The frozen ground has a reduced ability to absorb this rainfall. A strong winter storm will track across the Maritimes today and tonight. Snow ahead of this system will spread across the province then changeover to rain at times heavy this afternoon. Rain at times heavy and mild temperatures will continue tonight before gradually ending from west to east Monday morning. Snowfall amounts from 5 to 15 cm will be followed by between 30 mm and 60 mm of rain over much of mainland Nova Scotia. The accumulated snow on the frozen ground combined with the expected rainfall and milder temperatures tonight followed by rapidly falling temperatures during the day Monday could lead to treacherous road conditions. Strong southeast winds gusting up to 80 km/h are expected later this afternoon giving blowing snow over exposed areas prior to the changeover to rain. Even stronger southerly winds gusting up to 100 km/h are expected with the rain and mild temperatures tonight. As such a wind warning is now in effect for the entire province. In addition, these strong winds combined with a high run of astronomical tides this weekend will give elevated water levels and heavy pounding surf along parts of the Atlantic coast during high tides tonight and Monday. ### Localized flooding in low-lying areas is possible. Heavy downpours can cause flash floods and water pooling on roads. Rainfall warnings are issued when significant rainfall is expected. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NSstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NSStorm.


Wind Warning

Issued at 10:50 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Strong winds that may cause damage are expected or occurring. Strong southerly winds gusting up to 100 km/h will develop over western mainland Nova Scotia late this afternoon then spread eastward across the province tonight. Winds will diminish over western regions after midnight but will persist over Cape Breton until Monday morning. In addition, these strong winds combined with a high run of astronomical tides this weekend will give elevated water levels and heavy pounding surf along parts of the Atlantic coast during high tides tonight and Monday. ### Damage to buildings, such as to roof shingles and windows, may occur. High winds may toss loose objects or cause tree branches to break. Wind warnings are issued when there is a significant risk of damaging winds. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NSstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NSStorm.


Rainfall Warning

Issued at 10:49 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Rain, heavy at times is expected. The frozen ground has a reduced ability to absorb this rainfall. A strong winter storm will track across the Maritimes today and tonight. Snow ahead of this system will spread across the province then changeover to rain at times heavy this afternoon. Rain at times heavy and mild temperatures will continue tonight before gradually ending from west to east Monday morning. Snowfall amounts from 5 to 15 cm will be followed by between 30 mm and 60 mm of rain over much of mainland Nova Scotia. The accumulated snow on the frozen ground combined with the expected rainfall and milder temperatures tonight followed by rapidly falling temperatures during the day Monday could lead to treacherous road conditions. Strong southeast winds gusting up to 80 km/h are expected later this afternoon giving blowing snow over exposed areas prior to the changeover to rain. Even stronger southerly winds gusting up to 100 km/h are expected with the rain and mild temperatures tonight. As such a wind warning is now in effect for the entire province. In addition, these strong winds combined with a high run of astronomical tides this weekend will give elevated water levels and heavy pounding surf along parts of the Atlantic coast during high tides tonight and Monday. ### Localized flooding in low-lying areas is possible. Heavy downpours can cause flash floods and water pooling on roads. Rainfall warnings are issued when significant rainfall is expected. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NSstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NSStorm.


Wind Warning

Issued at 10:50 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Strong winds that may cause damage are expected or occurring. Strong southerly winds gusting up to 100 km/h will develop over western mainland Nova Scotia late this afternoon then spread eastward across the province tonight. Winds will diminish over western regions after midnight but will persist over Cape Breton until Monday morning. In addition, these strong winds combined with a high run of astronomical tides this weekend will give elevated water levels and heavy pounding surf along parts of the Atlantic coast during high tides tonight and Monday. ### Damage to buildings, such as to roof shingles and windows, may occur. High winds may toss loose objects or cause tree branches to break. Wind warnings are issued when there is a significant risk of damaging winds. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NSstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NSStorm.


Rainfall Warning

Issued at 10:49 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Rain, heavy at times is expected. The frozen ground has a reduced ability to absorb this rainfall. A strong winter storm will track across the Maritimes today and tonight. Snow ahead of this system will spread across the province then changeover to rain at times heavy this afternoon. Rain at times heavy and mild temperatures will continue tonight before gradually ending from west to east Monday morning. Snowfall amounts from 5 to 15 cm will be followed by between 30 mm and 60 mm of rain over much of mainland Nova Scotia. The accumulated snow on the frozen ground combined with the expected rainfall and milder temperatures tonight followed by rapidly falling temperatures during the day Monday could lead to treacherous road conditions. Strong southeast winds gusting up to 80 km/h are expected later this afternoon giving blowing snow over exposed areas prior to the changeover to rain. Even stronger southerly winds gusting up to 100 km/h are expected with the rain and mild temperatures tonight. As such a wind warning is now in effect for the entire province. In addition, these strong winds combined with a high run of astronomical tides this weekend will give elevated water levels and heavy pounding surf along parts of the Atlantic coast during high tides tonight and Monday. ### Localized flooding in low-lying areas is possible. Heavy downpours can cause flash floods and water pooling on roads. Rainfall warnings are issued when significant rainfall is expected. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NSstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NSStorm.


Wind Warning

Issued at 10:50 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Strong winds that may cause damage are expected or occurring. Strong southerly winds gusting up to 100 km/h will develop over western mainland Nova Scotia late this afternoon then spread eastward across the province tonight. Winds will diminish over western regions after midnight but will persist over Cape Breton until Monday morning. In addition, these strong winds combined with a high run of astronomical tides this weekend will give elevated water levels and heavy pounding surf along parts of the Atlantic coast during high tides tonight and Monday. ### Damage to buildings, such as to roof shingles and windows, may occur. High winds may toss loose objects or cause tree branches to break. Wind warnings are issued when there is a significant risk of damaging winds. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NSstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NSStorm.