Most of Newfoundland and Labrador will ring in the new year in a bundle against winter elements.
The forecasts show a significant amount of snow on the road for parts of Newfoundland, while extreme cold warnings are set for western Labrador.
This is a "fairly significant winter storm," said Canada Taberna Fikter, the environmental meteorologist, who is due to begin in the southwestern part of Newfoundland and parts of Labrador on Tuesday afternoon.
"It will spread across much of the region, reach St. John basically until tomorrow night, and then continue until Wednesday or even Wednesday night," she said.
"We see good snow, good wind," she said.
Most of the island may expect snowfall of 15 to 25 centimeters, if time remains on the right track, as predicted on Monday morning.
Winds in the St John region and the Avalon Peninsula on Monday evening will be 30 turns up to 50 km / h, making cold temperatures for New Year's celebrations.
But these temperatures are nothing compared to the extreme cold in the Labrador City and Wabush regions, where the values of the wind are affected by -45 C and lower.
"Basically, at such temperatures you go and walk at 5 km / h, you are quite affected by the criteria for cooling the wind," said Fikhtar.
While the winter storm will make the Gray New Year, Fikter said there are little sun rays, but only if you are an early poster – or a really late celebration.
"Tomorrow morning there may be a short period when you see a little sun if you are early enough," she said.
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