Winter storm warning for SD&G

In this image from The Weather Channel, a Colorado low pressure system gathers itself together as it makes its way to Ontario. Eastern Ontario is under a winter storm warning with up to 40 centimeters (15.7 inches) of snow expected by Wednesday. (The Weather Channel via Newswatch Group)

SD&G – Environment Canada has upgraded its winter storm watch to a winter storm warning.

That means 30-40 centimeters (11.8-15.7 inches) of snow, coupled with wind gusts up to 60 kilometers an hour, are imminent.

The snow is expected to start tomorrow and continue through Wednesday afternoon with the most intense snowfall expected tomorrow (Tuesday) night.

The weather agency says driving will be difficult with sudden reduced or near zero visibility as the wind whips up the freshly fallen snow.

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