The remnants of the Prairie snowstorm from recent days has further disintegrated and become stagnant over Southern Ontario. Concurrently, moisture off Lake Huron will aid in a localized snowfall event for much of Southwestern Ontario.
Snow will be somewhat scattered and inconsistent in nature, however, due to the duration, locally slippery conditions are likely. Especially for the Sarnia to London corridor continuing north to encompass everywhere east of Lake Huron. Due to lake enhancement, regions particularly just east of Lake Huron – likely just south of the city of Goderich itself – will be the most impacted.
Totals depicted are over the course of several days with minimal impacts in South-Central Ontario and the Golden Horseshoe/GTA. Flurries with trace amounts to a few centimetres of accumulation is expected.
The heaviest accumulations will be confined to Southwestern Ontario and parts Eastern Ontario where several day totals could be 10-20cm. Actual accumulation will be less considering melting and settling.
Please stay tuned, as we at TCW are monitoring this situation attentively.
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