MONCTON, N.B. – Some messy weather is on the way for southern New Brunswick today even though our part of the province is still digging out from a weekend snowstorm.

While it likely won’t be as bad as the storms we’ve seen in the region the last two weekends, a mix of snow, freezing rain and rain is expected throughout the day today as the temperatures change.

Freezing rain warnings have been issued for both Moncton and Saint John and both cities could see between 10 and 15 millimetres of rain before the day is done.

All schools in the Anglophone East School and Francophone South School Districts have be cancelled today due to the impending weather.

Meteorologist Richard Zurawski says it will be a messy drive to work.

“This morning we’ve got some wet snow, some freezing rain and probably by the afternoon it’s all going to change to rain.  We’re looking at about 10 to 15 mm’s of rain.  So, you’re going to get a bit of a melt and you’re going to get some slippery weather first thing this morning.”

Environment Canada is predicting more snow and blowing snow in the Moncton area tomorrow.