Parts of the Maritimes are in for some messy weather today.
Environment Canada has issued a slew of alerts for the region, including flash freeze, freezing rain, snow and rainfall warnings.
Parts of Nova Scotia could see more than 50 millimetres of rain by this evening.
Heavy rain also forecast for PEI. It will be mild with temperature around 12 most of the day but will start to get colder by this evening and overnight which will cause for a quick freeze. You will have to be very careful on the roads.
PEI Stormchaser predicts 30-40 mm of rain but lesser amounts in Queens and Kings while Prince will get the most rain.
Charlottetown set a record for warmest January 13 on record with a temp of 14 at 10 a.m. breaking the old mark of 8.1 in 2012.
As the temperature cools Prince and Queens will get freezing rain with the worst conditions in Prince County.
We could also see some flurries.
There is a wind warning advisory on the Confederation Bridge this morning.
One road closure between Roseville and Alma due to flooding.