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More Snow On The Way

Drivers could be in for another slow commute Wednesday morning as a system packing up to 10 cm of snow sets its sights on areas to the south and east of London.

The snow is expected to start falling over across southwestern Ontario Tuesday night, moving east toward the GTA by Wednesday morning. Environment Canada predicts 5 cm to 10 cm will fall before snow tapers off Wednesday afternoon.

While snow amounts are expected to be below the snowfall warning criteria of 15 cm or more within 12 hours, the national weather agency has issued a special weather statement for St. Thomas, Aylmer, eastern Elgin County, and Oxford County.

Roads could be snow covered and icy with reduced visibility in spots. Drivers are told to adjust their driving for winter conditions and leave extra time to get to where they are going.

Southwestern Ontario will get a break from the snow on Thursday, when it is forecast to be party sunny with a daytime high of -7 C.