Winter storm advisory called off for Annapolis

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The severe weather advisory has been lifted, but some parts of Annapolis are still getting freezing rain.

Road conditions are poor as crews are trying to clear the roads in parts of Annapolis. Almost a foot of snow has accumulated as the storm seems to be subsiding somewhat earlier than predicted.

At 4 p.m. the weather advisory was lifted for the Valley. Forecasters had expected the freezing rain to change late this evening to a few flurries. In some parts of Annapolis, residents reported seeing flurries by late afternoon.

The wind gusts were expected to fall between 40 km/h to 70 becoming northeast then subside near midnight. Temperature will be steady near minus 2.

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Organizations: Environment Canada, The Cover

Geographic location: Annapolis County, Middleton, Newfoundland

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