Port Hawkesbury, NS

-6°C

Overcast

Port Hawkesbury, NS

-6°C

Overcast

Feels Like: -
Wind: NW 6km/h
Sunrise: 7:19
Sunset: 17:20

Relative Humidity: 93%
Pressure: 102.6 kPa
Visibility: 14.0 km
Ceiling: 800 ft

Farmzone: Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia change_»

Special Weather Statement

Issued at 22:29 Saturday 23 February 2019

Summary

Another round of snow followed by ice pellets and rain is expected late Sunday and Sunday night before ending on Monday. A low pressure system will approach from the west on Sunday, then track across southern New Brunswick Sunday night before moving into the Gulf of St. Lawrence Monday morning. Snow will start over western areas of the province Sunday afternoon, then spread eastward, reaching Cape Breton on Sunday evening. The snow will change through ice pellets to rain Sunday night over western mainland Nova Scotia, and over eastern mainland Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Monday morning. A period of freezing rain is also possible over some areas during the changeover. Precipitation will change to flurries on Monday. Snowfall amounts of 5 to 10 centimetres are expected over all areas of the province by dawn Monday. Over eastern and northern areas, additional accumulation is likely Monday morning. All areas of the province will have a period of reduced visibilities in snow and blowing snow over exposed areas before the changeover to ice pellets. ### 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 22:30 Saturday 23 February 2019

Summary

Strong winds that may cause damage are expected or occurring. A low pressure system will approach the region on Sunday, and then track across southern New Brunswick Sunday night and Monday morning. As a result strengthening southeasterlies gusting to 90 km/h are expected along exposed coastal areas, especially where southeasterly winds blow onshore. These winds are expected to begin over southwestern areas of the province late Sunday afternoon, and then spread eastward Sunday night along the Atlantic coast, reaching southern Cape Breton by dawn Monday morning. Higher than normal water levels are expected along the Atlantic coast near high tide Sunday night. Winds will veer to southwesterly and diminish somewhat over western areas of Nova Scotia overnight Sunday as the low tracks across southern New Brunswick. ### Damage to buildings, such as to roof shingles and windows, may occur. 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.


Special Weather Statement

Issued at 22:29 Saturday 23 February 2019

Summary

Another round of snow followed by ice pellets and rain is expected late Sunday and Sunday night before ending on Monday. A low pressure system will approach from the west on Sunday, then track across southern New Brunswick Sunday night before moving into the Gulf of St. Lawrence Monday morning. Snow will start over western areas of the province Sunday afternoon, then spread eastward, reaching Cape Breton on Sunday evening. The snow will change through ice pellets to rain Sunday night over western mainland Nova Scotia, and over eastern mainland Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Monday morning. A period of freezing rain is also possible over some areas during the changeover. Precipitation will change to flurries on Monday. Snowfall amounts of 5 to 10 centimetres are expected over all areas of the province by dawn Monday. Over eastern and northern areas, additional accumulation is likely Monday morning. All areas of the province will have a period of reduced visibilities in snow and blowing snow over exposed areas before the changeover to ice pellets. ### 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 22:30 Saturday 23 February 2019

Summary

Strong winds that may cause damage are expected or occurring. A low pressure system will approach the region on Sunday, and then track across southern New Brunswick Sunday night and Monday morning. As a result strengthening southeasterlies gusting to 90 km/h are expected along exposed coastal areas, especially where southeasterly winds blow onshore. These winds are expected to begin over southwestern areas of the province late Sunday afternoon, and then spread eastward Sunday night along the Atlantic coast, reaching southern Cape Breton by dawn Monday morning. Higher than normal water levels are expected along the Atlantic coast near high tide Sunday night. Winds will veer to southwesterly and diminish somewhat over western areas of Nova Scotia overnight Sunday as the low tracks across southern New Brunswick. ### Damage to buildings, such as to roof shingles and windows, may occur. 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.


Special Weather Statement

Issued at 22:29 Saturday 23 February 2019

Summary

Another round of snow followed by ice pellets and rain is expected late Sunday and Sunday night before ending on Monday. A low pressure system will approach from the west on Sunday, then track across southern New Brunswick Sunday night before moving into the Gulf of St. Lawrence Monday morning. Snow will start over western areas of the province Sunday afternoon, then spread eastward, reaching Cape Breton on Sunday evening. The snow will change through ice pellets to rain Sunday night over western mainland Nova Scotia, and over eastern mainland Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Monday morning. A period of freezing rain is also possible over some areas during the changeover. Precipitation will change to flurries on Monday. Snowfall amounts of 5 to 10 centimetres are expected over all areas of the province by dawn Monday. Over eastern and northern areas, additional accumulation is likely Monday morning. All areas of the province will have a period of reduced visibilities in snow and blowing snow over exposed areas before the changeover to ice pellets. ### 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.