A nor'easter will get our first week of spring started on a very wintry note with lots of snow, some ice pellets and freezing rain as well as rain.

Today it will bring high winds will continue with rain and then some snow with cooler temperatures.

Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for Annapolis, Cumberland, Colchester County, Digby and Kings counties. 

This morning the centre of the storm is over Cape Cod. It will move across eastern mainland Nova Scotia this evening and on into the Gulf of St. Lawrence. 

By tomorrow afternoon, this centre will have moved along the west coast of Newfoundland and out into the South Labrador Sea where it will further intensify. This will maintain the windy weather here in the Maritimes through the day tomorrow.

Central mainland (including greater Halifax)

Forecast: Snow to ice pellets to freezing rain to rain.  

High temperature: Near 4 C to 6 C 

Low temperature: Near –2 C 

Northern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Snow to ice pellets to freezing rain to rain.   

High temperature: 4 C

Low temperature: –4 C 

Southwestern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Snow to ice pellets to freezing rain to rain. 

High temperature: Near 4 C 

Low temperature: Near –4 C

Annapolis Valley and Cumberland County

Forecast: Snow to ice pellets to freezing to rain.  

High temperature: –2 C to zero

Low temperature: Near –4 C

Cape Breton

Forecast: Snow to ice pellets to freezing rain to rain. 

High temperature: 4 C 

Low temperature: Near –8 C