UPDATE: Winter weather travel advisory ends
Environment Canada issued a winter weather travel advisory for Windsor-Essex, Leamington, Chatham-kent and Rondeau Park Sunday afternoon.
The advisory was ended for Windsor-Essex around 5:30 p.m, while the advisory for Chatham-Kent ended overnight Sunday.
According to the weather agency,” a narrow band of moderate to heavy snow extending from Lower Michigan across the northern end of Lake St. Clair to Wallaceburg will sink slowly southward across Chatham-Kent Sunday evening.”
The agency adds that residents can expect snowfall amounts of two to four centimetres. Visibility may be briefly reduced to less than 500 metres.
A snow squall warning is also in effect for Sarnia-Lambton. Up to five centimetres of snow from the squall may be possible. A lake effect snow squall coming from Southern Lake Huron may extend into Lambton County and reach as far as the Highway 401.
Drivers should use caution and prepare for changing conditions.