A Low Pressure System from Missouri Targets Ontario and Quebec This Weekend.
A quick moving Low Pressure System from Missouri will track and swing through Ontario and Quebec giving bountiful types of precipitation.
As a result of its fairly quick speed, precipitation amounts will not be overly significant, but, still pose a reasonable inconvenience depending on the region.
The heaviest snowfall will be due East of Lake Superior with moderate accumulations elsewhere across Northern/Northwestern Ontario and much of Quebec.
Parts of Ontario will be inundated with patchy freezing rain, however, significant accretions are not expected at this time.
Southern Ontario, along the 401 corridor and East to the Niagara region, can expect 10-20mm of rain with embedded non-severe thundershowers and gusty winds up to 60-75km/h.
Please adjust your driving accordingly based on the current driving conditions.
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