- On Saturday afternoon, Environment Canada issued a winter weather travel alert for sections of southern Ontario.
- Snowfall could come in two waves, the first of which could start as early as Saturday evening.
- Environment Canada forecasts that some areas will see increased snowfall accumulation due to easterly winds from Lake Ontario.
Environment Canada issued a winter weather travel alert for parts of southern Ontario on Saturday afternoon.
According to Environment Canada, snow is forecast to start falling early Sunday morning and continue throughout the day. It should be over by Sunday evening.
The advisory was in effect as of 2 p.m. Saturday for the city of Toronto, Peel Region, York Region, Durham Region, Sarnia, Windsor-Essex, and Kingston.
An advisory was also issued for the city of Hamilton. However, it is possible that snow could fall in two waves, the first of which might begin as early as Saturday evening.
Between two and five millimeters of snow could fall in these locations.
However, due to easterly winds from Lake Ontario, Environment Canada predicts that some locations could see more snowfall accumulation.
Because this is many cities’ first snowfall of the season, Environment Canada advises drivers to be cautious as roads may become icy.
“If visibility is poor when driving, put on your lights and keep a safe following distance.” According to the warning, highways, roads, sidewalks, and parking lots may turn icy and dangerous.
Source: Global News
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