Here are the most recent news stories posted for Trans-Canada Highway
Blowing Snow Advisory in effect for St Lawrence Valley, Rivière-du-Loup area. and Gaspe
QC: Poor visibility locally near zero in snow and
blowing snow is expected or occurring.
Strong westerly winds combined with fresh
snow are giving near zero visibilities in
blowing snow. Conditions are expected to
improve later today as winds ease off.
Weather Advisories for blowing snow are
issued when winds are expected to create
blowing snow giving poor visibility to 800
metres or less for at least 3 hours.
Blowing Snow Advisory in effect for western Newfoundland along Tran-sCanada Highway
NL: Flurries and snow squalls will combine with
strong southwesterly winds to cause poor
visibilities in blowing snow along the south
and west coasts this evening before improving
Travel is expected to be hazardous due to
reduced visibility in some locations. Be
prepared to adjust your driving with changing
Snowfall expected over much of Saskatchewan Monday through Tuesday
SK: A weather disturbance may bring a significant
snowfall to Southern Saskatchewan tonight
through Tuesday. There may be patchy freezing
rain overnight. The potential still exists
for 10 to 15 cm of snow in total over
A low pressure system over Western Montana
this morning is forecast to track eastward
and strengthen somewhat today and tonight,
then push slowly across North Dakota Tuesday
Snowfall warning in effect for Jasper and Highway 16 to Edmonton
AB: Snowfall, with total amounts of 10 to 20 cm is
Confderation Bridge to/from PEI is closed due to weather conditions
PE/NB/NS: For user safety, the Confederation Bridge is
closed to all traffic until the current weather
situation changes. The closure was implemented
at 13:45hrs, March 22, 2015.You will be advised
when the situation changes.
Rainfall of up to 50mm in Vancouver area
BC: Waves of rain to the South Coast through today and tonight. Saturated air will bring rainfall totals exceeding the warning criteria of 50 mm in places. The storm system is expected to move east of the regions by Saturday morning.
Blowing snow advisory in Western Newfoundland
NL: In the west, falling snow will combine with winds gusting 60 to 80 km/h to generate blowing snow from this afternoon through to at least Thursday afternoon.
Snowfall of up to 40 cm is expectet
NS,NB, PE: Snowfall amounts ranging from 5 to 15 centimetres are expected for most parts of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton, except for eastern mainland Nova Scotia where 30 to 40 centimetres are expected.
Blizzard conditions across Newfoundland
NL: Total snowfall accumulations, including what has fallen, could reach 30 to 40 centimetres over eastern regions and 10 to 20 centimetres further west.
Blizzard batters much of New Brunswick
NB: Up to 45 cm of snow expected in some areas, with wind
gusts of up to 80 km/h