In New Brunswick, an extreme cold warning has been issued for the entire province. Environment Canada says that “moderate northwest winds will usher in a cold air mass to the Maritimes giving extreme wind chill values of minus 35 to minus 40 overnight Monday into Tuesday morning.”
In P.E.I., a similar warning has been issued. Environment Canada says that cold arctic air coming into the region, coupled with strong northwesterly winds could lead to a wind chill of about -35 C by Tuesday morning.
In Nova Scotia, the forecaster has issued extreme cold and/or rainfall warnings for the northern half of the province.
Extreme cold warnings have been issued for:- Antigonish County
- Colchester County
- Cumberland County
- Inverness County
- Pictou County
- Richmond County
- Sydney Metro and Cape Breton County
- Victoria County
The strong northwesterly winds could lead to a wind chill of about -35 C by Tuesday morning in these areas.
Rainfall warnings of about 20 to 30 millimetres of rain have been issued Sunday evening for:- Guysborough County
- Halifax County – east of Porters Lake
Both extreme cold and rainfall warnings have been issued for:- Richmond County
- Sydney Metro and Cape Breton CountySuggest a correction