Storm could dump up to 40 cm of snow on parts of southern Ontario

A wintry weather typhoon is predicted to move into southern Ontario on Sunday night, bringing significant amounts of snow and a much more difficult go back and forth on the roads through morning.

Atmosphere Canada says a low pressure gadget monitoring south of the nice Lakes will generate snowstorm amounts of 25 to FORTY centimetres in some areas through Monday night.

The agency’s winter hurricane watch says the heaviest amounts are forecast for much of eastern Ontario and the Niagara Peninsula, to boot as Simcoe County north of Toronto.

The Greater Toronto Space and Hamilton may see accumulations of 15 to 20 centimetres by Monday evening.

Setting Canada is advising people to “imagine postponing non-very important go back and forth until prerequisites beef up.”

“There could also be a vital have an effect on on rush-hour traffic in city spaces.”

Top snowstorm charges of 2 to 5 centimetres according to hour are imaginable through Monday morning, with blowing snow imaginable Monday afternoon and evening, lowering visibility, the agency said.

For Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge, snow fall amounts of 5 to 15 centimetres are anticipated through Monday night. Environment Canada says there may be “some uncertainty in actual quantities” for these spaces because they lie at the western edge of the storm.

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