On this first day of spring, winter might be overstaying its welcome with our Nova Scotia neighbours, but New Brunswick has been spared the nasty weather that moved in on Sunday.
"Snow and blowing snow began late in the afternoon across mainland Nova Scotia," said Brennan Allen, a CBC meteorologist.
"Luckily, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick avoided most of this precipitation and were spared the worst."
There are delays and cancellations in Nova Scotia, including the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, with freezing rain and ice pellets expected to turn to light rain or freezing rain in Nova Scotia and eastern Prince Edward Island, possibly making for dangerous driving conditions.
In New Brunswick, a mix of sun and cloud is expected for both Monday and Tuesday, with temperatures in the low single digits.
"Looking ahead to the mid-week, a cold front will push through the region Tuesday night into Wednesday, ushering in winter-like weather with a few flurries and temperatures into the negative single digits for daytime highs," Allen said.
New Brunswick forecast
Northern New Brunswick
Today: It will be mainly sunny with light winds and a high near 1 C.
Tonight: A few clouds are expected with light winds and a low near –12 C.
Tuesday: Another mainly sunny day with a high near 3 C.
Fredericton and area
Today: Expect a mix of sun and cloud with winds from the north near 15 km/h and a high of 5 C.
Tonight: Skies will clear with light winds and a low near –8 C.
Tuesday: It will be mainly sunny with a high near 7 C.
Southern New Brunswick
Today: Skies will be partly cloudy with winds from the northwest at 20 km/h, gusting to 40 km/h with a high near 3 C in the southwest, 0 C in the southeast.
Tonight: There is a chance of freezing drizzle in the southeast with winds from the north at 20 km/h, gusting to 40 km/h and a low near –5 C.
Tuesday: It will be a mainly sunny day with a high near 6 C.