Snowfall warnings for communities in western Labrador have ended, although they may still see trace amounts as Thursday night's snow continues into the weekend.
The area around Churchill Falls, Labrador City and Wabush had already seen around 18 cm by Friday afternoon.
Rob Davis, a meteorologist with The Weather Network, says Labrador saw a few trace amounts Friday evening, but the worst is over.
The highest snowfall recorded on a single day in May is 21 cm in Labrador City, but Davis says there's no guarantee this week's blast of snow will break that record.
Though heavy amounts fell throughout the province, Rob Davis, a meteorologist at The Weather Network says "we probably won't break that record."
Still, Davis says the snowfall has already exceeded the entire monthly average of 16.5 cm.
Rain will persist throughout the weekend in the Maritimes
"This may not be the last for them, and they're quite used to that, I'm sure," he says.
The snow temporarily defeated the postal service. Letter carriers report they were forced to stay indoors Friday leaving 1,500 addresses without their mail.
Davis says the snow in Labrador is part of the same system that soaked the Maritime Provinces this week.
Parts of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia saw between 40 and 70 mm of rain by early Friday morning.
St. Stephen got around 66 mm, Fredericton got 54 mm, and Yarmouth and Halifax each got a little over 40 mm.
The region will see a bit of a reprieve Friday and Saturday, although some rain is still expected.