Nova Scotia, New Brunswick in store for another messy snowstorm

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WATCH ABOVE: The RCMP say they responded to 75 calls from drivers involved in accidents, stranded or stuck in snow banks on Monday. Global’s Adrienne South has more – Feb 15, 2017

Halifax as well as much of the rest of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick are under yet another winter storm warning from Environment Canada.

“Hazardous conditions” are expected in Nova Scotia, as a low pressure system is bringing heavy snow and high winds to the region, starting Wednesday night.

READ MORE: Halifax parking ban: When you can and can’t park on the street overnight

Halifax is expected to see about another 15 centimetres of snow to fall by Thursday afternoon.

Much of New Brunswick is under the same kind of warning, though that province is expected to see even more snow accumulation – with amounts up to 30 centimetres expected in certain parts.

People are being advised to be “on the lookout for adverse weather conditions” overnight Wednesday and into Thursday.

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Much of Atlantic Canada is still recovering from a two-day blast of heavy snow and high winds, which shut down much of Halifax, as well as major New Brunswick cities Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John for two days.

READ MORE: Snow clearing a neighbourhood effort in Fredericton

The stormy weather is expected to make for difficult travelling conditions in both provinces.

Schools, transit, municipal services and countless businesses shuttered their doors to weather the storm, which they’re still trying to dig out from.

Officials in Halifax say it could take up to two weeks to clear all the snow that’s fallen in the region over the past week.

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