A snowstorm that brought snow squalls, bitterly cold air and numbing winds to the Northeast Wednesday will swing into northern New England and the Canadian Maritimes for the end of the workweek.
The storm will have the potential to bring plenty of weather hazards with it as it impacts portions of Quebec, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and the Canadian Maritimes.
"The parade of storms continues across new England and Atlantic Canada with parts of Maine and New Brunswick again seeing over 6 inches (15 centimeters)," said AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Dan Pydynowski.
Heavy snow will create slippery and dangerous travel from Bangor to Fredericton and Halifax through Thursday night and into Friday.
The intensity of the snow will challenge road crews who plan on battling the elements with plows and road salt. The highest snowfall rates will likely be found across north-central Maine to New Brunswick through Friday.
"This storm will not be even close to the strength of the past blizzard, but it will be capable of producing significant accumulations," said AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Brett Anderson.
In addition to the snow, gusty winds will help to produce whiteout conditions. Travel on Interstate 95, U.S. Route 1, and Canadian Highway 2 will be severely impacted.
Montreal and Quebec City will have light snow and gusty winds through Thursday night on the back side of the storm as it pulls away.
The big story will be the arctic air that rides back in on the gusty winds into the Northeast and New England.
"Another round of wind and arctic cold will drop AccuWeather RealFeel temperatures below minus 20 once again in Boston and across the rest of New England Thursday night," said Pydynowski.
Howling winds and bitter cold will continue Friday while the snow tapers off through the day in New England. The snow will come to an end across New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Friday night.
Friday night will be just as cold if not colder than Thursday night for many places.
The stormy pattern that has repeatedly brought snowstorm after snowstorm to the region will continue over the weekend as the next one takes off through the Midwest into New England.