Some parts of Newfoundland were greeted with snow on Saturday morning, as road conditions deteriorated and flights at St. John's International were delayed.
Driving conditions in the metro area became slippery in the late morning, with thick snow falling on top of already icy roads.
Highway cameras near Trepassey showed limited visibility, as wind blew snow across the roads.
People right across the island can expect 5-10 centimetres throughout Saturday, mixing to rain for the Avalon Peninsula and freezing rain for the Burin Peninsula.
The RCMP advised travellers on the Trans-Canada Highway to reduce speed due to the snowy conditions.