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HALIFAX: The arctic pipeline is open
Weather alerts as of 4 p.m. Nov. 21
- Antigonish County: Blowing snow advisory
- Pictou County: Blowing snow advisory
- Inverness County: Snow squall warning
- Victoria County: Snow squall warning
Winter is one month away, but you’ll definitely need your winter gear now if you’re heading out. The wind is coming around to the northwest behind the third weather system in less than a week. That system could dump as much as 10 cm of snow over the north and eastern corner of Nova Scotia Thursday night. Daytime highs will struggle to reach -5 C and, when you factor in the wind, it will feel more like -15 to -20! If you’re travelling, you should watch for snow squalls – anywhere the cold west to northwest wind blows onshore. Locally, they can add up to 5 or even 10 cm. A high-pressure system will build in from the west to bring more sun Friday and Saturday. By Sunday, clouds and eventually showers will move in from west to east. Expect unsettled, but milder, weather next week.