The snowstorm is set to hit Ontario on Monday, and bring a bundle of snow, winds, and ice, so you'll want to keep your boots and a bag of salt handy.
Environment Canada has put out special weather statements across southern Ontario warning residents that the storm will likely start with snow Monday afternoon or early evening before turning into ice pellets or freezing rain.
If that wasn't enough nastiness for you, EC also predicts possible power outages, with wind gusts up to 70 kilometres per hour Monday evening.
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At 5 p.m. Monday, TWN predicts snow will fall on the northern side of the system in areas like Toronto, Hamilton and Niagara Falls, while ice and freezing rain hits areas like Sarnia, London and Kincardine, and rain takes over Windsor.
Although there will be more than enough ice to go around as warmer air moves in.
TWN says the storm will transition into "ice pellets and patchy freezing rain southwest of the Greater Toronto Area," but not after the area gets 5 to 10 centimetres of snow.
TWN reports that cottage country could see up to 10 centimetres of snow, while Ottawa could get a hefty 15 centimetres of snow through Monday and Tuesday.
EC and TWN both warn of icy roads and a rough commute Monday night, so you may want to plan ahead for traffic or just stay home.
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