There is potential for a significant winter storm to affect Nova Scotia this coming Friday into Saturday.
Weather models are heading toward an agreement that would bring the second significant storm in the matter of a week to Nova Scotia. Although agreement on the details is unclear at this time, most models do have a well developed storm affecting us during the day Friday into Saturday.
The storm will likely move into the province on Friday and pickup in strength as the day goes on. Right now it appears to be a defined line of rain one one side and snow on the other with a wintery mix of freezing rain and ice pellets down the middle.
It remains unclear where to draw the line and which areas will receive what type of precipitation. All areas are likely to receive snow as the storm pulls out Saturday with winds likely being significant on either side of storm.
No alerts have been issued as of yet and the storm is still far out. Stay tuned for updates and monitor for alerts.