Nova Scotia Long Range weather forecast

Long-range forecast clues through February

It's a very busy day here in the office with the snowstorm coming up the East Coast, especially trying to forecast how far north the heavier snow gets. Computer models have trended slightly back to the north and have the northern edge of the accumulating snow getting into the southern quarter of Nova Scotia later Saturday night and early Sunday. I can see how the snow does get into Nova Scotia due to the mid-level wind gradient, but the storm will be occluded and drier air will be getting mixed into the circulation, so amounts will generally be 8 cm or less in my opinion. Farther east, the same thing for southeastern Newfoundland on Sunday with a period of light to moderate snow as the system tracks off to the south.

We will have to watch for the potential for another coastal storm possibly impacting the U.S. East Coast and Atlantic Canada during the middle of next week as another trough strengthens along the coast. More on that later.

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