Ontario To Possibly Be Hit With Significant Snowfall This Week
Early snow will be caused by an autumn storm from the Rockies.
Snow could arrive in Ontario sooner than expected this fall, as a strong autumn storm originating from the Canadian Rockies moves southeast along the U.S.-Canadian border.
According to The Weather Channel, a band of snow is expected to blanket northern and central Alberta, central Saskatchewan, southern Manitoba and southwestern Ontario sometime between Thursday night and the following days. Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba is predicted to get anywhere from five to 10 centimetres, while southwestern Ontario may get as much as 25 centimetres along the border line.
Check out the snowfall totals from Wednesday through Friday with this useful graphic by The Weather Channel:
Alternating low and high pressure systems will also contribute gusty winds that will travel as fast as 100 km/hr. Read the full weather report and forecast by The Weather Channel here.