Environment Canada has issued snowfall warnings for parts of New Brunswick, which could see up to 20 centimetres of snow.
Those areas include Kent County and much of southern, New Brunswick.
However, Moncton is not included in the snowfall warning.
A special weather statement remains in place across Prince Edward Island.
But the snowfall amounts have been dropped to 10 centimetres before it all turns to rain on Friday.
A warm frontal system will approach the Island later Thursday. Snow and occasional blowing snow will begin in the evening then change to a few showers overnight.
Up to 10 centimetres of accumulation is currently expected.
Heavy winds will accompany the storm system. The Confederation Bridge is warning restrictions may be necessary on the bridge late Thursday evening and Friday morning.
The public is advised to monitor future forecasts as warnings may still be required.
The forecast calls for rain during the day on Friday and highs of plus 6.