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Environment Canada: Heavy snowfall and freezing rain for the weekend

Environment Canada: Heavy snowfall and freezing rain for the weekend

It is possible to get up to 20cm of snow overnight, and 15cm in certain areas during the day Sunday

Winter storm warning in force for:

  • Timmins – Cochrane Iroquois Falls

This weekend is expected be a time of winter storms

Snow, sometimes heavy, with accumulations up to 10 to 20 cm by Sunday morning. Additional snowfall accumulations up to 15 cm may be possible in certain areas on Sunday.
Untreated surfaces can experience freezing rain with ice accumulation of 2-5 mm

This afternoon through Sunday afternoon

Snow moves from west-to-west this morning. It could mix with ice pellets or freezing water tonight, especially between Wawa and Chapleau. Any ice pellets and freezing rain will likely turn to snow on Sunday morning. From west to west, snow will turn to flurries Sunday afternoon.

It is worth considering delaying travel that is not essential until conditions improve. Travel may be difficult in certain areas due to rapidly growing snow. The roads, sidewalks, walkways, and parking lots can become slippery and icy. If visibility is reduced while driving slow down, pay attention to tail lights ahead and be ready for a stop.

When multiple types of severe winter weather are expected, winter storm warnings will be issued.

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Please continue to check Environment Canada’s alerts, forecasts, and other information. To report severe weather, send an email or tweet reports using #ONStorm.


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