Snowfall warning ended, Transit resumes service (Posted Feb 5 @ 5:45a)

Today, expect flurries and some blowing snow over exposed areas in the morning with a high of 1°C. The wind from the north will reach speeds of 30 km/h, gusting up to 50, bringing the morning wind chill down to minus 9.

Tonight, flurries will taper off, leaving behind cloudy skies. The wind will remain strong from the north, gusting to 50, and temperatures will drop to minus 1°C, feeling like minus 8 with the wind chill.

Tomorrow will be mainly cloudy, with lighter north winds of 20 km/h gusting to 40 and a slight warm-up to 2°C, though the morning will still feel like minus 7. The UV index will be low. Tomorrow night, expect cloudy conditions with temperatures falling to minus 4°C.

Wednesday will see a mix of sun and cloud, reaching a high of 1°C, and the night will bring periods of cloudiness with a low of minus 4°C.

HRM storm operations information update: 8pm Feb 4

Halifax Water PSA – 450 Cowie Hill Rd – Storefront Payment Centre Closed for the day