Tuesday , October 19 2021

East Newfoundland digs from snow blanket


Snowblowers – Like on Gower Street in Gower Street – Friday morning was a lot to do. (Francesca Swann / CBC)

Drivers in East Newfoundland are doing their first good snow plow exercises after a thick snow blanket covered with snow overnight.

Friday morning at 6: 15 from 25 cm. He bumped into the subway area of ​​John.

Gander was about 12 cm.

According to Allison Sheppard, a meteorologist at the Canadian Gander Air Office, ’The worst is over ı basically, things are slowly declining this morning Çevre. St. John's Morning Show.

She said that although most of your wife has fallen overnight, she may come around 5-10 cm over the weekend.

Iy If you weren't in the winter spirit, I think profit can help, “he said.

The winds won't take too much speed during the day, they said, a worry would bring less snow.

Delayed schools, challenging roads

The courts, government offices and all schools in the subway area of ​​St. John had a delayed opening.

A number of flights were canceled or postponed at St. John's International Airport. There was full snowfall in the subway area of ​​John.

Police warned drivers to pay attention on roads.

The Holyrood RCMP said two TIR towers were stuck on the eastern border of the Trans-Canada Motorway early Friday morning, in the east of Holyrood Access Road, and this road was temporarily impassable in Foxtrap Access Road.

John began to fall to St. John at 15:30. On Thursday, an air system was swept across the island.

The closures started early Thursday. Paradise and Mount Pearl started by canceling the garbage collection and shutting down all town facilities from snow.

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