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Environment Canada Is Warning Ontarians Of A Brutal Snow Storm That Will Bring Up To 10 cm

They are also warning of nightmare driving conditions.
Environment Canada Is Warning Ontarians Of A Brutal Snow Storm That Will Bring Up To 10 cm

Grab your shovels, because things are about to get even snowier this Wednesday.  

Environment Canada has released weather advisories across the province, and Ontario's weather forecast is about to get messy. 

Cities like Ottawa, Cornwall, and Smiths Falls are all expected to get hefty amounts of snow throughout the day. 

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10 cm Amount of snow that's expected 

According to the advisory, areas can expect to see five to ten centimetres of snow, with the heaviest amount falling throughout the morning. 

However, the storm is expected to end by Wednesday afternoon. 

Throughout the day, Environment Canada is warning anyone who is travelling to be prepared. 

Not only are snow-covered roads a concern, but freezing rain could hit spots around Ottawa in the evening.  

This could make roads a slippery nightmare overnight. 

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