May snow in store for Newfoundland: Environment Canada
In this file photo, a man shovels out after a winter storm hit St.John's, N.L., on Jan. 5, 2014. (Paul Daly / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Newfoundlanders could be in for another blast of wintry weather this week.
Environment Canada says the island part of the province could see a significant snowfall on Tuesday night and Wednesday.
The forecaster issued a special weather statement saying a low pressure system is expected to bring a mixture of rain and snow to much of the island.
Environment Canada says the system could also bring freezing rain or ice pellets to some regions.