An amplified jet stream over Eastern Canada will continue to usher in low-pressure systems into the region.
A low pressure system will bring widespread precipitation through Monday afternoon. Snowfall will ease throughout the evening hours.
A clipper that will impact Ontario on Monday will race through the Maritimes on Tuesday. There is the potential to see temperatures hover above the freezing mark in Nova Scotia on Tuesday, prompting rainfall in the south and the risk of a rain-snow mix for northern areas of the province.
The system will then spread into Newfoundland and Labrador on Tuesday evening. As we head into the morning hours Wednesday, a warm front swings over the province and will change the snow over to rain.
Temperatures continue to hover around the seasonal mark this week, with the potential to see temperatures dip into the minus teens for northern areas of the Maritimes.
Looking ahead further, changeable temperatures are expected for the rest of January but will be more consistently cold than we have seen for most of the winter. Temperatures will be cold late week with another system expected to move in by the weekend.
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