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Saturday, March 29, 2014

Environment Canada Issues Freezing Rain Warning

In like a lion out like a lamb doesn't exactly describe this March, with a special weather statement saying Saint Johners are in for another couple messy days just a few days after a major blizzard battered the region. 

Environment Canada issuing a freezing rain warning, due to a low pressure system that's developing over the southeastern U-S. The freezing rain is going to start tomorrow morning and continue throughout the day, between 20 to 25 millimetres will fall over a time period of up to 12 hours, allowing for substantial ice build up. 

Other areas in the province are under a snowfall warning, including Fredericton and Southern York County which could see up to 20 centimetres of snow.