Here are the most recent news stories posted for Trans-Canada Highway
Snow squall alerts for Corner Brook and western Newfoundland
NL: Under the snow squall bands, visibilities will be significantly reduced due to the heavy snow, and snow will quickly accumulate.
A strong westerly flow of Arctic air over the Gulf of St. Lawrence will make conditions favourable for the development of snow squalls along the West Coast of Newfoundland beginning on Wednesday morning for northern regions and persisting into Wednesday night over southern regions.
Snow Squall warning for Parry Sound - Muskoka area
ON: Multiple snow squalls continue to the east of the open waters of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. The heaviest squall this evening extends across the Bruce Peninsula and then to the south of Georgian Bay. This intense squall continues to drift southwards but should stall this evening from Grey County extending to near Lake Simcoe. Snowfall rates associated with this band are upwards of 10 centimetres per hour.
Wawa and Sault Ste Marie Snow Squall warning
ON: Lake effect snow in amounts of 10 to 15 cm per 12 hours will be possible under the heaviest bands. In addition, strong winds gusting to 60 km/h will result in considerable blowing snow.
Snow squall warning for Agawa - Lake Superior Park
ON: continuing east to Sault Ste Marie through
Snowy conditions make driving dicey in southern Manitoba
MB: A City of Winnipeg spokesperson says sanding crews are out.
Crashes were reported on Pembina Highway, Plessis Road, and on the Perimeter Highway. There was also a rollover on the Trans-Canada Highway at the Steinbach turnoff (Highway 12).
Officials with Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation say the Perimeter Highway and up into the Interlake, there is blowing and drifting snow and visibility is reduced.
Flurries leave western roads slick around Brandon
Snowstorm in New Brunswick closes schools, zaps power to thousands
NB: The snow started falling on Sunday in many parts of the province. Roughly 22.8 centimetres fell in Bathurst on Sunday.
Jay Scotland, a CBC meteorologist, said some parts of New Brunswick will have more than snow to be concerned about later on Monday.
Freezing rain from Whitecourt/Swan Hills and Hinton to Edmonton
AB: A band of freezing rain has set up along highway 43 from Whitecourt to Onoway and along highway 16 from Niton Junction to Entwistle. This band is moving east-southeastward towards Spruce Grove. Highways are extremely slippery!
15cm Snow in southwestern Northwest Territories
NWT: Snowfall warning in effect for Ft. Simpson Region including Jean Marie River. Snowfall, with total amounts of 10 to 15 cm is expected.
A low pressure system developing in Northwestern Alberta will spread snow into the southwestern Mackenzie today. Snow will begin at Fort Liard this morning and then spread into the Fort Simpson region near noon and the Wrigley region this evening. 10 to 15 centimetres of snow is expected to fall before the snowfall tapers off late Wednesday night.
High amounts of rain forecast for southern NB and NS
NB, NS: High amounts of rain forecast for the southern part of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
A slow moving low pressure system approaching the Maritimes from the southwest will spread rain today. Rainfall warnings have been issued for Saint John County and Charlotte County with amounts expected to exceed 75 millimetres by Friday.