February 4, 2010 — Some light snow continues after a huge dose of winter in Newfoundland.
Conditions in Newfoundland still remain a bit unsettled, but it's barely anything to complain about compared to the last couple of days.
On Friday, a blast of winter shut down schools and businesses in the province's capital. St. John's International Airport also felt the effects with several flight cancellations on Friday and Saturday.
As of early Sunday morning St. John's received 38 centimetres of snow. Gander saw even more than that with a whopping 45 centimetres.
Over the next few days, it will be the winds that have people talking. Expect the snow to be blowing around creating some poor visibility on the roads.
There's no need to put the shovel away just yet. Another major winter storm is tracking towards the east. Widespread stormy conditions are possible throughout Newfoundland for Thursday night into Friday.
For all updates on watches and warnings, make sure you tune into The Weather Network's National Forecast at the top and bottom of each hour.