WEA Atlantic Storm 20140326

The Maritime provinces are facing more bad weather, just days after being hit by one of the season's worst blizzards. (Andrew Vaughan/Canadian Press)

The Maritime provinces are facing another dose of bad weather, with Environment Canada warning that snow, ice pellets, freezing rain, and rain on the way to the region.

The weather system is expected to pass by on Sunday and comes just days after the region was hit by a major blizzard.

Environment Canada is warning people in some parts of New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island to look out for bad weather and take precautions.

Forecasters have issued snowfall warnings for some regions of New Brunswick. Up to 15 centimetres of snow and ice pellets could fall in some areas.

Southern parts of Nova Scotia will be hit by freezing rain and rain; more northern areas will get snow and ice pellets.

Prince Edward Island, which felt the brunt of the blizzard earlier this week, is forecast to get snow, ice pellets and freezing rain.