The winter storm warning issued for parts of Mexico and Central America has been extended until Sunday, January 10.
The storm warning has been issued for northern Mexico, the Caribbean islands, and parts of Brazil.
The storm warning for Canada, the northern Gulf of Mexico, and the northern Atlantic has been lifted until January 10, while the hurricane warning for Nova Scotia has been cancelled.
The WSIA is a voluntary weather warning issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) and is not issued on a regular basis.
It is issued as a temporary weather advisory by the Canadian Coast Guard and is usually issued in the aftermath of a major hurricane.