10 to 30 cm of snow in southern Ontario

10 to 30 cm of snow in southern Ontario

Mother Nature did not say her last word: the snow will start falling in the morning in the southwest of the province and then move east, leaving accumulations of 10 cm to 25 cm by Wednesday morning according to Regions, says Environment Canada.

There may also be blowing snow in parts due to gusts of 50 to 60 km / h.

From 10 cm to 15 cm are expected in Toronto and Windsor.

The Niagara, Hamilton, Halton and Peel regions could receive up to 30 cm of snow, according to Environment Canada.

Evaluate the possibility of delaying any non-essential movement until conditions improve.

Environment Canada

Rush hour difficult?

The roads could be slippery for returning home this afternoon in the Toronto area.

Toronto began spreading salt on the main arteries in anticipation of snowfall.

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