Late last week, a low pressure system that formed off the Carolinas set its sights on Atlantic Canada.
The system made its way up the US east coast Friday evening and it moved through the Maritimes on Saturday.
Over 20 cm of snow fell in parts of Nova Scotia, while Charlottetown P.E.I. saw closer to 15 cm.
The system continued to move into Newfoundland, where it remained for the rest of the weekend.
Areas to the north saw the most significant snowfall amounts, including Englee where 29 cm of snow piled up.
St. John's recorded only 5 cm of snow through Sunday, and is expected to see another couple of centimetres on Monday says Brian Dillon, a meteorologist at The Weather Network.