Environment Canada states that Monday’s spring snowfall could impact the Peterborough area.
The agency issued a weather advisory requesting 4-8 cm of snow and reduced visibility in the City, Lakefield, the southern portion of the County, and the southern City Of Kawartha Lakes.
It’s expected to begin in the evening and last overnight.
“The onset of precipitation will likely begin as rain before changing over to snow,” states the advisory. “Above freezing temperatures and areas along the lakeshore may limit snowfall accumulations, especially on surfaces such as roads and sidewalks. Locally higher snowfall accumulations may occur over areas of higher terrain including the Oak Ridges Moraine where temperatures will be slightly cooler.”
Road conditions will be affected.
“Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. Be extra cautious when driving or walking in the snowy areas. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow.”