Environment Canada is warning of heavy snowfall across Nova Scotia starting Sunday night. The weather agency said heavy snow is expected in most areas of the province, including Halifax. Environment Canada's Winter Stove Watch statement says 15 to 25 centimeters of snow is possible for these areas from Sunday to Monday.
Winds of up to 90 kmph are also expected in the coastal areas of the province, the warning said. Snow will begin in southwest Nova Scotia around midnight on Sunday and spread across much of the province by Monday morning. Snow will taper off Monday afternoon.