It’s the last thing any of us is waiting for, more snow, and in the form of a storm no less. White-out conditions and worse are in the forecast for tomorrow, and there’s already more than enough snow on the ground to begin with.

Yesterday easily made the top 3 of worst driving conditions in our 6 winters here in Newfoundland, mainly because of the blowing snow that created snowdrifts that were not only deep, but also stretched out for hundreds of metres a piece along Marine Drive.

Today, it’s still a big mess on the road. Apparently more than half the snow clearing crews have been sent home for some reason, and driving to work is a risky undertaking. In cases like this it’s important to know we are not as unlucky as some, like for example these people in Port au Choix last week.

The Weather Network has the latest information on this big storm, but I’ve taken the liberty of using some of their forecast maps here:

In this map you can see the size of the storm, it is enormous:

Enormous Nor'easter heading our way - Credit: Weather Network

Enormous Nor’easter heading our way – Credit: Weather Network

The snowfall forecast doesn’t look that bad for us, but it’s the wind we have to worry about. No doubt it will shake our house and make driving impossible:

Snowfall forecast - Credit: Weather Network

Snowfall forecast – Credit: Weather Network

And here you can see why nobody wants more snow, we’ve had enough already:

Snowfall stats - Credit: Weather Network

Snowfall stats – Credit: Weather Network