It is going to be a messy commute for Ontario drivers this morning. According to The Weather Network, heavy snowfall is expected to affect southern Ontario travel times on Monday as a system tracks through the region.\nA combination of 60 km/h winds and 10 to 15 centimetres of snow will make for unsettled conditions along Lake Huron and Georgian Bay at the beginning of the week.\nThe GTA is also expected to be hit by flurries on Monday with light snowfall expected to persist for central and eastern Ontario through the evening.\nSgt. Kerry Schmidt of the OPP reported multiple snow-related accidents on Sunday evening, including a rollover involving a transport truck near Meadowvale.\nThe accidents, which occurred on Highway 401, caused all express lanes to be blocked and resulted in one person being taken to hospital with minor injuries.\nThe strong winds responsible for driving the lake-effect snow bands are predicted to hold steady through Monday evening, with some gusts peaking at 50-70 km/h in southern Ontario before eventually winding down overnight.\nThankfully, the snowy conditions will improve slightly on Monday evening.\nHowever, the improved conditions won’t last long as another messy system will move into the province on Tuesday afternoon, bringing another round of light snow.\nRollover #Hwy401 EB express at Meadowvale. All express lanes blocked. 2 vehicles involved, 1 person to hospital with minor injuries. Clean up will take all night. pic.twitter.com/KRPVmySV3i— Sgt Kerry Schmidt (@OPP_HSD) January 6, 2020\nFlurries are expected to continue until Wednesday morning.\nTemperatures are supposed to get a big boost later in the week leading to some unseasonable warmth, but I wouldn't get too excited as you’re probably going to have to keep an umbrella handy.\nToronto | The Weather Network\nUnfortunately, there is still a chance that Ontarians could be in for some messy weather this weekend, although we do stand a chance of avoiding it. So, fingers crossed.\n"It is possible that the system will completely miss us to the south. However, the pattern and several models show a risk for a messy mix, including a threat for significant freezing rain, ice pellets, and snow across our region," Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham explains.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.\n\n*Disclaimer: cover photo used for illustrative purposes only.