Environment Canada is warning that a winter storm is headed for Ontario, set to hit on Tuesday and overnight into Wednesday.
Monday Night: We will see rain and sleet before 10 p.m., then freezing rain and sleet between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m., then rain and sleet after 4 a.m. Temperatures will drop to a low of 32 degrees.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Marie-Eve Giguere says it's only going to get worse throughout the day. We could then see rain and sleet after 4 p.m. Highs will be near 39 degrees and calm winds will head northeast around 6 miles per hour in the morning.
Schools closed across Washington state and the Legislature canceled all hearings Monday with winter snowstorms pummeling the Northwest again as a larger weather system wreaked havoc in the region and even brought snow to Hawaii.
We are now entering the relative "lull" period of this storm system. The average temperature for December in Hamilton is -2.3 C, but it was a relatively balmy -0.5 C last December.
If you have to shovel, you may as well have fun with it. Four to nine inches of snow mixed with sleet is possible with wind speeds as high as 35 miles per hour.
Here's the plan for the rest of Monday and Tuesday.
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The GTA is bracing for another winter storm, with the potential for heavy snow, freezing rain and ice pellets accompanied by gusting winds.
Drivers can expect slippery road conditions during Tuesday's morning commute, the weather service said.
High temperatures are expected to remain in the 30s and 20s through Wednesday, but could climb into the low 40s on Thursday, the weather service said.
Wind will increase from the northeast to 10-15 miles per hour...some models suggest even stronger wind, which would significantly worsen the impact of ice on power lines and tree limbs.