Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island bracing for another blast of winter

HALIFAX -- Parts of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island are bracing for their second blast of winter this week.

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Environment Canada says up to 35 centimetres of snow could fall in Nova Scotia by early Sunday.

Parts of P.E.I. can expect up to 15 centimetres.

The national weather forecaster says strong winds may also cause blowing snow and non-essential travel should be postponed.

Many flights at Halifax Stanfield International Airport have already been cancelled or delayed.

Up to 25 centimetres of snow fell on parts of the region earlier this week, creating power outages, school closures and poor driving conditions.



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