If you were planning on heading south today, you might wanna re-consider your plans.
Environment Canada has given us the all clear for a major winter storm which will hit Southern Ontario today. Initially Barrie, Simcoe and Wasaga regions were issued special weather statements warning of the incoming snowfall, but those were cancelled around 5AM this morning.
Upated snow map: 15cm in Toronto with amounts sharply increasing to 25cm or more around Hamilton. 30cm+ Niagara. pic.twitter.com/wkmwCHVlGm
— Anthony Farnell (@AnthonyFarnell) March 13, 2017
However, heavy snow is expected to hit everything south of Newmarket, with Toronto expecting 15cm of snow. Parts of Niagara are expected to see up to 30cm.
Detroit and Windsor were already getting it this morning:
— Jay Towers (@JayTowers) March 13, 2017
As far as our neck of the woods goes, we’re expecting the usual today, mainly cloudy skies with some light flurries, high of -8, low of -15.