Storm to impact Ontario with snow, freezing rain, rain, and strong winds


Another storm will impact portions of Ontario on Tuesday. The low will bring snow, freezing rain, rain, and strong winds.


Northeastern Ontario

Snowfall amounts of 15 to 20 cm are expected. Strong winds will result in blowing snow. On Tuesday afternoon and evening there is a risk for ice pellets for the Sudbury and North Bay area.


For areas such as the Bruce Peninsula to Parry Sound, snow is expected on Tuesday morning before changing to freezing rain in the afternoon. There could be about 5 mm of ice accretion on surfaces.


Ottawa Valley

Freezing rain is expected to spread across the area on Tuesday morning. Freezing rain will change to rain in the afternoon.


Ice accretions of 4 to 8 mm are possible by Tuesday evening. Rainfall amounts of 10 to 20 mm are possible by Tuesday night.


There is the possibility of tree damage and power outages due to freezing rain.


Lake Huron and Georgian Bay

Rainfall amounts of 10 to 20 mm is possible from Tuesday morning to Tuesday night. There is a slight possibility of freezing rain early in the morning.


Some localized flooding is possible.


Greater Toronto Area

On Tuesday morning rain will begin and continue until Tuesday night. Rainfall amounts of 15 to 30 mm is possible. By Tuesday afternoon winds will gust from 70 to 90 km/h.


Some localized flooding is possible and minor tree damage and power outages are possible.


Southwestern Ontario

Rainfall amounts of 10 to 20 mm is possible between Tuesday morning and Tuesday night.


Some localized flooding is possible.