© Wendy Elliott - kingscountynews.ca
This Wolfville homeowner took some snow removal into his own hands Dec. 28.
Environment Canada is forecasting another winter storm for the region Dec. 29
Flurries falling just before noon in Kings County will change to periods of snow, with winds northeast 20 km/h and a temperature falling to minus 3 C.
Periods of snow changing to rain at times heavy is predicted for tonight with a risk of freezing rain this evening. Winds will become southeast 20 km/h gusting to 40 later in the evening and increasing to gusts of 60 km/h after midnight.
Temperatures are forecast to rise to 6 C overnight.
Snowfall amounts are forecast to be only 2 cm with rainfall amounts of 20 mm.