Environment Canada has published its first snowfall warning of the season in Campbellton and the eastern half of Restigouche County on Monday.
The weather agency says 15 to 20 centimeters of “heavy, wet snow” is expected in that region, with the highest amounts on high ground. On lower ground, lesser amounts of about two inches are expected and snow is likely to mix with rain in some areas.
He said the snow will start around noon on Monday and end overnight.
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“Be prepared to adjust your driving to changing road conditions,” said Environment Canada. “Public Safety Canada encourages everyone to make an emergency plan and obtain an emergency kit with clean water, food, medicine, a first aid kit and a flashlight.”
Environment Canada also issued a special weather statement for the western half of Restigouche County, with snow beginning Monday morning and ending at night.
He said the area will receive a total snowfall of about 10 centimeters, but it is possible that it will reach 15 centimeters, especially on higher ground.
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