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Light, drifting snow could make for a slick drive Monday morning

Blowing, drifting snow could impact Monday commute across Maritimes

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Sunday, February 9, 2014, 9:55 PM -

The same system that made driving conditions less than ideal across southern Ontario, will impact parts of the southern Maritimes Sunday night into Monday morning. 

Areas from Yarmouth to Moncton to Sydney can see light snow falling through the overnight.

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"While its not a lot of snow," says Gina Ressler a meteorologist at The Weather Network. "it could be enough to create slippery road conditions." 

Residents are urged to top off their windshield washer fluid as blowing, drifting snow could impact the morning commute across western Nova Scotia. 

This system will push offshore through the day Monday. 

Meanwhile, its been a tough-go this winter across Atlantic Canada, but there is a slight break in sight. Temperatures are expected to climb around the freezing mark come Thursday.

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