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Weather conditions in the Cabot Strait have forced Marine Atlantic to delay today's ferry crossings.
School cancellations and travel delays were reported across a wide swath of the Maritimes on Wednesday as another winter storm descended on the region.
Residents of the Maritimes are bracing for another wintry blast, as Environment Canada issues a new round of weather warnings.
Flooded basements and leaky roofs have been reported across the Halifax region today after heavy rain swept over the city on the weekend.
City officials in Halifax says the city is receiving up to 25 reports an hour of locations about flooding or water pooling.
Environment Canada says parts of Nova Scotia can expect another weekend of heavy rainfall and the heavy downpours could cause flooding in some areas.
Snow clearing costs in Nova Scotia could be as much as $9 million over budget by the end of the winter based on the latest government estimates.
Boston residents overwhelmed by massive snowfalls the last month have been recording videos of themselves jumping out of windows and into snowbanks, and Mayor Marty Walsh wants them to cut it out.
People throughout the Maritimes are still trying to clear out mountains of snow that fell on the region over the weekend.
While Central Canada remains under a deep freeze, high winds and blowing snow are wreaking havoc across Atlantic Canada Monday, with both regions set for a reprieve within 24 to 36 hours.
Drivers in the Maritimes are being warned to stay off the roads, as rapidly plunging temperatures may cause roads to quickly freeze, while residents in parts of Ontario and Quebec continue to brave bitter cold temperatures.