Easter snow coming: Environment Canada

In this February 2014, file photo, a City of Cornwall snowplow makes its way up Cotton Mill Street. (Newswatch Group/File)

SD&G – While not on par with the typical Canadian Easter snowstorm, the SD&G region will see a blanket of white by the time you wake up Saturday morning.

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement as of 10 p.m. Friday, saying we could see four to eight centimeters of snow tomorrow (Saturday) and possibly as much as 10.

The weather agency says expect poor driving conditions as many untreated roads will become snow-covered and slippery.

The system dumping the snow will move into Quebec by late Saturday morning.

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