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Ontario weather set to turn bad with heavy snowfall expected


Southern Ontario is on track to be hit by a major winter storm this week, with “rapidly accumulating snow” expected to make travel difficult.

Environment Canada predicts periods of snow beginning as early as Sunday evening, with about two centimeters falling over the city of Toronto.

There is a 30% chance of flurries on Monday morning and 40% chance of flurries on Tuesday.

“There is a low pressure system that appears to be forming across Texas and moving towards Ontario throughout the week,” said CTV News Toronto weather anchor Jessica Smith.

“It will pick up moisture from the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday and it looks like it will currently affect areas around Windsor on Wednesday morning, entering the GTA in the early afternoon and affecting the evening ride.”


According to a special weather report issued Sunday by Environment Canada, snowfall of 10 to 15 centimeters is possible by late Wednesday evening. Snow is also expected Thursday morning.

The agency warned that snowfall could reach 20 centimeters in some municipalities. Reduced visibility due to heavy snowfall is possible.

“People should plan their travel plans in advance, including possible weather-related transit delays,” Smith added.

The national weather agency said the temperature will remain relatively stable throughout the week, despite the rainfall.

On Monday, Environment Canada is predicting a high of 3C, feeling like minus 7C with the wind chill.

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