- Ontario’s weather forecast is predicting a bit of snow, and it’s going to make road traveling pretty bad.
- Parts of Ontario’s snow belt regions will see lake-effect snow squalls kick-starting the new week, likely disturbing travel and bringing accumulations of 15-30 cm.
Bring out your winter boots because Ontario’s weather forecast is predicting a bit of snow, and it’s going to make road traveling pretty bad.
“Parts of Ontario’s snow belt regions will see lake-effect snow squalls kick-starting the new week, likely disturbing travel and bringing accumulations of 15-30 cm by the time they ease off Tuesday,” says The Weather Network.
Starting on Sunday, November 21, central and southern Ontario will see some rain, but overall less than 5 millimeters is expected.
“A winter weather advisory and special weather statements are in place for parts of central and southern Ontario, respectively, ahead of the impending development of lake-effect snow squalls,” said TWN.
To make things even more alarming, there will be a wind of about 60 km/h. The bad weather will hit southern Ontario on Monday morning.
“Concern is for a snow band to develop and intensify as there is the chance that winds align out of the northwest over Lake Superior and Lake Huron, allowing for an intense squall to develop and move inland, impacting the snow belts,” TWN meteorologist Jessie Uppal explained.
As for Tuesday, there’s the possibility for snowstorms in the morning, but they’ll be “less intense” than Monday’s patterns.
Environment warns that traveling during this time can be dangerous and advises bikers to be careful on the roads and be aware of visibility.
The weather will return to average temperatures by Wednesday, but “more unsettled weather” is possible later in the week. Yikes!
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