First snowfall this weekend, Environment Canada says

In this Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016, file photo, snow falls in the back yard of a neighbourhood in South Stormont, Ont. (Newswatch Group/Bill Kingston)

SD&G – It’s coming…the dreaded ‘S’ word.

Environment Canada says the first snowfall of the season is possible late Saturday night into Sunday morning.

The weather agency is calling for 2-5 centimeters (0.78-1.96 inches) across the region with some more snow possible over higher elevations.

Ice pellets could also be in the mix along the St. Lawrence River, which “may be a significant impact on transportation in these areas.”

Meteorologists are still trying to track the path of the storm so exact amounts and how areas will be affected are up in the air at this point.