Wind Chill Warning and Snow Squall Warning

Reduced visibilities in local blowing today and possibly Tuesday.

 

A weather system that passed over Southern Ontario last night and this morning resulted in about 10 cm of fluffy snow in most locales.

 

Strong west to northwest winds in the wake of this system have developed and are thus resulting in localized blowing snow and associated poor visibilities. North south routes in exposed areas will be most susceptible to poor travel conditions.

 

The winds are expected to abate somewhat tonight, however may remain strong enough for local blowing snow to persist into Tuesday in some areas.

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3 Day Forcast

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POP:80
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