Meteorologists say parts of Atlantic Canada will see will temperature swings today as a warm front makes its way through the East Coast. The agency says warmer temperatures will turn snowfall into rain in many regions, posing a risk of localized flooding. Yesterday’s snow storm caused a number of power outages around the province. As of this morning most have seen the lights come back on, however one large outage is still affecting nearly two-thousand customers in the Wallace-Pugwash area of Cumberland County. A number of smaller outages in Cape Breton are also still affecting areas around Port Hood, Inverness and Port Hawkesbury.