Stormy weather on much of the east coast
The conditions outside may seem fitting for this time of year, but the weather is causing lots of problems for people trying to get anywhere.
Avalon East RCMP is advising motorists to use extreme caution while driving.
The Trans-Canada Highway has been plowed in most areas, but it is still covered in snow and very slippery.
Vehicle speeds on the highway are down to around 50 kilometres an hour.
Not only is there a lot of snow on the ground, but blowing winds kick up the snow causing very low visibility.
Some motorists are pulled over with hazard lights on.
There are many delays and cancellations in and out of St. John's International Airport.
It is recommended travellers check with their carriers for a service update.
Areas affected include the Burin Peninsula, Clarenville and Bonavista.
Central Newfoundland has snow covered roads, but better visibility.
Parts of Labrador have less than ideal travel weather, as well. There is heavy snow in Port Hope Simpson and Cartwright Junction to Berry Brook.