Snow from Alberta clipper coming

Water Street during a snowstorm on Valentine's Day 2014. (Newswatch Group/Bill Kingston, File)

SD&G – Cornwall and SD&G will see a few centimeters of snow as an Alberta clipper moving into the province, says Environment Canada.

The weather agency issued a special weather statement around 11 a.m. Thursday suggesting 5-12 centimeters of snow could fall by tomorrow.

But the big risk for motorists and others will be the wind, which will cause blowing and drifting snow and possible whiteout conditions.

The wind is expected to gust around 40 kilometers an hour.

Things should clear up for the weekend with sun and clouds forecast for the Seaway Valley.

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