Another low to hit Southern Ontario on Monday
Just as Southern Ontario recovers from one storm, another appears to be on the horizon.
A Colorado low will move through the area on Monday bringing snow, ice pellets, freezing rain, rain, and strong winds.
While it remains too early to discuss specific precipitation amounts, there is the potential for a significant period of freezing rain across southwestern Ontario and for areas such as London and Niagara. Surfaces will be icy and there is a possibility of power outages. Winds are also expected to be strong with gusts to 80 km/h possible.
Across northeastern and eastern Ontario, including Sault Ste Marie, Peterborough and Kingston snow is expected. Snowfall amounts will not be too significant with just 5 to 10 cm expected.
There remains a considerable amount of uncertainty in the exact track of this system.
The storm will gradually move out on Tuesday.