Nova Scotia to see mostly sun, below-zero temperatures Wednesday

Most of Nova Scotia will see a mixture of sun and cloud Wednesday with some areas experiencing windy conditions and blowing snow.

Flurries, snow squalls expected for Cape Breton

CBC meteorologist Peter Coade says Nova Scotia will see a mixture of sun and cloud with below-zero temperatures on Wednesday. (Kate Letterick/CBC)

Sun, cloud and flurries will be seen over much of Nova Scotia on Wednesday. It will be windy, with blowing snow in some areas as well.

Central mainland (Including Greater Halifax)

Forecast: Mix of sun and cloud, windy with scattered flurries

High temperature: -4 to -2 

Low temperature: -10 to -8

Northern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Cloudy, windy with flurries

High temperature: -4 to -2 

Low temperature: -12 to -10

Southwestern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Cloudy, windy with scattered flurries

High temperature: -4 to -2

Low temperature: Near -8

Annapolis Valley and Cumberland County

Forecast: Cloudy, windy with scattered flurries

High temperature: Near -4

Low temperature:  Near -10

Cape Breton

Forecast: Cloudy and windy. Flurries and snow squalls

High temperature: -4 to -2

Low temperature: -6 to -4 

About the Author

Peter Coade

Meteorologist

Peter Coade is the most experienced meteorologist in the Maritimes and has spent more than five decades as a weather forecaster. He provides Maritimers with up-to-the-minute weather forecasts every day.

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