Most of Newfoundland and Labrador will ring in the new year, gathered against the winter elements.
Forecasts show a significant amount of snow on the way to parts of Newfoundland, while extreme cold weather warnings are set for the West Labrador.
It's a "pretty significant winter storm," says meteorologist from Canada's Canada-based Tabe Fiechter, which will begin in Southwest Newfoundland and parts of Labrador on Tuesday afternoon.
"It will extend to most of the region, to St. John basically until tomorrow night, and then persist until Wednesday and even Wednesday night," she said.
"We're looking at a good snow, good wind," she said.
Most islands can expect snow falling between 15 and 25 centimeters, if weather stays on the road as scheduled on Monday morning.
Winds in the region of Sv. Ivana and Avalon on Monday night will be 30 to 50 km / h, which will bring cold temperatures for New Year's Eve celebrations.
But these temperatures are nothing compared to extreme colds in Labrador City and Wabush regions, where the cold winds are -45 ° C and below.
"That's basically, at such temperatures, you walk and walk at 5km / h, you are quite suitable for wind conditions," Fiechter said.
While the winter storm will boost the page of the New Year, Fiechter said he had little sunlight, but only if you got up early – or really late to glory.
"Tomorrow morning there may be a brief period in which you will see a little sun if you are early enough," she said.
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