NATION VALLEY — Rain turned to ice and snow last night, leaving the region coated with its first substantial accumulation of the season.
Municipal plow trucks, heaped with salt, made their snow-clearing debut of 2017-18 as residents awoke to a winter wonderland. Roads were a slushy, snowy mess early in the morning.
Environment Canada forecasts a 40 percent chance of more flurries this evening. But the snow could all disappear with temperatures forecast to rise above freezing on Tuesday.
See the photo gallery below of a snow-and-ice-coated Warwick Forest, east of Berwick, followed by images of downtown Avonmore and Chesterville.