© Environment Canada
Environment Canada issued a special weather statement April 15 for the entire province.
The weather agency cautions Nova Scotians that the unseasonably warm temperatures will come to an abrupt end April 16 as a cold front crosses the district.
Rain ahead of the front will change to freezing rain or ice pellets and then light snow over eastern and northern sections of the province.
The strong south to southwest winds will shift to the northwest in the wake of the cold front.