Nova Scotia weather to see light snowfall on Saturday

Most of the province should see a light sprinkling of snow Saturday, says Environment Canada.

Light snowfall amounts will be coupled with chilly temperatures

If you're heading out on Saturday, you'll want to bundle up. (Submitted by Nicki Perry Smith)

Most of the province should see a light sprinkling of snow Saturday, says Environment Canada.

In Yarmouth, Halifax and Sydney, light snow will begin in the morning where snowfall amounts of two centimetres, five centimetres and five centimetres, respectively, are expected. This evening, those communities are expecting another two centimetres of snow each.

In Amherst, there is a chance of flurries this morning and some light snow is expected this afternoon.

It will be a chilly day across the province with high temperatures of:

  • Yarmouth (–5 C)
  • Halifax (–7 C)
  • Sydney (–5 C, but –25 C with the wind chill this morning)
  • Amherst (–9 C)

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