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Six maps that help explain the spring blizzard in Atlantic Canada

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Wednesday, March 26, 2014, 7:43 AM -


TUNE IN FOR LIVE COVERAGE: Chris St. Clair is on location in PEI, Chief Meteorologist Chris Scott and Meteorologist Mark Robinson are monitoring the storm from Cape Breton and Nathan Coleman is on location in Halifax.


Blizzard, wind and storm surge warnings. It definitely doesn't sound like the first week of spring, but an intense and powerful Nor'easter moving through is prompting several school closures and travel delays. In fact, this storm may be the strongest of the year.

These next six maps help to explain the potential impact.

WIDESPREAD WARNINGS ISSUED

SNOW FORECAST IN THE MARITIMES

SNOW FORECAST IN NEWFOUNDLAND

RAIN FORECAST ACROSS THE REGION

HOWLING WINDS WEDNESDAY NIGHT

POTENTIAL IMPACT

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