TRURO - For the third Wednesday in a row, a winter storm could hit Colchester County.
According to Environment Canada, "significan snowfall" is likely for most of the province Wednesday afternoon and evening as a low pressure system makes its way east.
Snow is expected to start late in the morning over Western Nova Scotia before spreading eastward through the afternoon. The snow may become mixed with ice pellets over southwestern portions of the province Wednesday evening.
Latest indications suggest that 15 centimetres or more are possible before the snow ends late Wednesday night. The highest amounts are most likely over Southwestern Nova Scotia and along the Atlantic coast.