Parts Of Ontario Could Get Buried In Up To 30 cms Of Snow Over The Next Few Days
April might start this week, but Ontario's weather forecast is straight out of December.
Winter storms are landing across the province over the next few days, bring freezing rain and snow with them all across Ontario.
The northernmost regions of Ontario can expect 15 to 30 centimetres of snow and 70 km/h winds from Monday afternoon through Tuesday evening, according to Environment Canada.
And a mix of rain and snow is expected in Central Ontario today, from Chapleau-Gogoma to North Bay-West Nipissing and Kirkland Lake-Temiskaming Shores-Temagami.
And a special weather advisory is in place for Ottawa and the surrounding regions, with heavy rainfall expected all day that's expected to decrease visibility and increase the chance of flooding.