More Snow On The Way for Midwestern Ontario
There’s more snow on the way for Southern and Midwestern Ontario.
That’s the latest from Environment Canada as forecasters call for periods of heavy snow and squalls beginning today (Sunday).
Most of the Bruce Peninsula can expect snow squall activity with zero visibility at times while residents in the Southern Bruce County area including Saugeen Shores and Kincardine along the Lake Huron shoreline could see an additional 10cm of snow.
Environment Canada says what starts out as snow today (Sunday) could change to rain tomorrow (Monday) morning making for some messy driving conditions.