The most snow to fall in 24 hours was 101 cm in Yarmouth (6/10)

White Juan was the name given to the nor’easter that blew in from the Atlantic paralyzing the majority of Atlantic Canada. It occurred February 18 -19, 2004.

It dropped 101cm on Yarmouth, which was the most snow to ever fall within 24 hours in the province. Halifax and Dartmouth came in a close second with 95.5 cm of snow.

There are 23,000 kilometres of roads in Nova Scotia (5/10)

Cape Breton’s Cabot Trail is ranked one of the most scenic drives (7/10)