Windy, snowy weather is coming to Nova Scotia with blizzard conditions developing later today and the storm continuing into Tuesday. 

Environment Canada has issued a blizzard warning for most of the province with snowfall between 20 and 40 centimetres of snow expected. 

A low pressure system from the U.S. eastern seaboard will spread eastward across Nova Scotia through the day and intensify Monday night.

The snowfall is expected to begin in the tri-county area Monday morning, with the storm hitting the Halifax area around noon. The snow won't taper off until Tuesday morning. 

Central mainland (including greater Halifax)

Forecast: Snow, heavy at times. 10 centimetres expected. 

High temperature: Near - 4 C

Low temperature: Near - 4 C

Northern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Snow, heavy at times. Five to 10 centimetres expected. 

High temperature: Near - 4 C

Low temperature tonight: Near - 4 C

Southwestern Nova Scotia

Forecast: Snow, heavy at times. 15 centimetres expected. 

High temperature: Near - 4 C

Low temperature: Near - 4 C

Annapolis Valley and Cumberland County

Forecast: Snow, heavy at times. 10 centimetres expected. 

High temperature: Near - 4 C

Low temperature tonight:  Near - 4 C

Cape Breton

Forecast: Morning flurries, afternoon snow with two to five centimetres expected.

High temperature: Near - 4 C

Low temperature tonight: Near - 4 C