Many Nova Scotians will be hitting the road this weekend to head back home after the holiday season and according to Environment Canada, the weather will co-operate with those travel plans.
Cape Breton forecast
For those travelling from Cape Breton, the forecast calls for a mix of sun and cloud with a few flurries on Saturday and lows of –3 C.
Sunday will see some light flurries changing to showers in the late afternoon with highs of 2 C.
Halifax is expecting a mix of sun and cloud as well with highs of 1 C on Saturday. On Sunday, the outlook is for flurries changing to showers in the afternoon with a high of 3 C.
No real accumulation of snow is expected.
In the Yarmouth area, any early morning flurries Saturday will change to a mix of sun and cloud for the afternoon. Temperatures will remain steady at 2 C.
A few flurries on Sunday will quickly change to showers as temperatures rise to 4 C.
Don't get used to the warm temperatures. By Tuesday, the daytime high across the province will be in the range of –9 C to –5 C.