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Up to 25 cm of snow possible over the next three days

Difficult travel conditions are expected as snow-covered and icy roads are possible, particularly Monday night into Tuesday
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Lawns in the North Bay area are mostly green Sunday, but they'll be white by noon Monday.

The Weather Network is predicting up to 10cm tomorrow, up to 15 Tuesday, and possibly 3cm more on Wednesday.

North Bay is on the northern edge of a storm that will move through the area in those days.

We'll be getting off lightly it seems.

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for:

  • South River - Burk's Falls
  • Huntsville - Baysville
  • Port Carling - Port Severn
  • Bracebridge - Gravenhurst
  • Témiscamingue
  • Town of Parry Sound - Rosseau - Killbear Park

A significant winter storm is expected Monday into Wednesday.

A low-pressure system is expected to track just east of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario on Monday bringing rain, snow, and strong winds throughout southern Ontario. This low-pressure system is expected to remain over southern Ontario until Wednesday.

Precipitation is expected to begin Monday morning as rain or snow and change to snow Monday afternoon. Snowfall amounts of 5 to 10 cm are possible by Tuesday morning.

Snow will continue Tuesday into Wednesday morning, with additional snowfall amounts near 10 cm possible. Total snowfall amounts are fairly uncertain at this time, however.

Difficult travel conditions are expected as snow-covered and icy roads are possible, particularly Monday night into Tuesday.

Precipitation associated with this low-pressure system is expected to move east of the area by Wednesday.


Jeff Turl

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Jeff is a veteran of the news biz. He's spent a lengthy career in TV, radio, print and online, covering both news and sports. He enjoys free time riding motorcycles and spoiling grandchildren.
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