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Although the special weather statement for Kings County is calling for rain, precipitation could come as ice or snow in some areas.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Kings County. The statement, issued at 4:56 a.m. on March 11, says a low pressure system is forecast to affect Nova Scotia late Wednesday, March 12, into Thursday, March 13.
An intensifying low pressure system is expected to pass south of the Great Lakes on March 12 and make its way across the Bay of Fundy on March 13. Most of Nova Scotia should see rain, possibly exceeding 25 mm by Thursday afternoon, March 13. The track of the low is still uncertain and some areas might see snow or freezing rain. Environment Canada will continue to monitor the development of the low pressure system.
Environment Canada advises the public to monitor future forecasts, as warnings may be required or extended. For more information, visit www.weatheroffice.gc.ca.