We're over a week into the spring season, but winter continues to leave its mark in parts of Atlantic Canada.
A deepening low pressure system that's moving into Newfoundland is set to bring up to 25 cm of snow to some places.
"Snow will start to pick up Friday evening with the heaviest amounts falling through the day on Saturday," says Rob Davis, a meteorologist at The Weather Network. "Winds will be gusty on Saturday as well."
Winds could gust up to 90 km/h, which could lead to blowing snow and reduced visibilities.
"As winds pick up on Saturday, most of the snow that has already fallen will be blowing around. Conditions on the roads could become dangerous," warns Davis.
Motorists are urged to use extra caution while driving and avoid any unnecessary travel as conditions deteriorate.