Nfld. & Labrador

Snow on the way to eastern, central Newfoundland

Between 20 and 30 centimetres is expected on the Avalon, while parts of central Newfoundland could see up to 20 centimetres by the end of Wednesday.

Heaviest snow expected to fall Tuesday night, change to rain Wednesday morning

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There may have been a lot of sunshine in parts of Newfoundland and Labrador lately, but there is definitely more wintry weather on the way.

By the end of Wednesday, St. John's and surrounding areas could get between 20 to 30 centimetres of snow.

The heaviest snow will fall Tuesday night and then will likely change to rain early Wednesday morning for the Avalon and southern Burin peninsulas.

Winds will pick up on the Avalon after midnight and then Wednesday morning for the Bonavista Peninsula. Blowing snow is expected. 

Winds and flurries continue through the day on Wednesday. 

The heaviest snow is falling Tuesday night and will likely see a brief changeover to rain in the early morning hours for the Avalon and southern Burin Peninsula. 

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With files from Ashley Brauweiler