IN PHOTOS: Newfoundland digs out of more than 30cm of snow on May 24 – and there’s more to come | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


IN PHOTOS: Newfoundland digs out of more than 30cm of snow on May 24 – and there’s more to come

Residents in Newfoundland are digging out from a late spring snowstorm, with some areas buried under at least 30 centimetres of snow on May 24.

Environment Canada had issued snowfall warnings for several communities in the coastal province, including Gander and Grand Falls, while more than 30 centimetres of snow had already dumped on the region.

Bonavista Peninsula and Clarenville-area remained under a special weather statement Thursday and dozens of schools had postponed the start of classes as a result of the weather.

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