SNOWFALL WARNING For Port Loring & Surrounding Areas

..15 TO 25 CENTIMETRES OF SNOW EXPECTED BEGINNING TONIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY..

A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM CURRENTLY OVER THE SOUTHWESTERN STATES WILL MOVE TOWARDS THE UPPER GREAT LAKES. PRECIPITATION ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM WILL BEGIN AS LIGHT SNOW LATE THIS EVENING OVER MANITOULIN ISLAND AND SPREAD NORTHWARD AND EASTWARD OVERNIGHT. THE BULK OF THE SNOW IS EXPECTED TO FALL WEDNESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY EVENING. SNOW WILL LIKELY CHANGE TO RAIN FOR MANITOULIN AND ITS VICINITY WEDNESDAY EVENING. 15 TO 25 CENTIMETRES OF SNOW ARE EXPECTED OVER THE ABOVE REGIONS BEFORE IT TAPERS OFF WEDNESDAY NIGHT. STRONG EASTERLY WINDS MAY WHIP THE FRESHLY FALLEN SNOW CAUSING BLOWING SNOW AND REDUCED VISIBILITY. TRAVELLERS SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR HAZARDOUS WINTER DRIVING CONDITIONS AND ALLOW EXTRA TIME TO REACH THEIR DESTINATIONS. IN THE WAKE OF THE STORM..COLD WESTERLY WINDS GOING OVER THE GREAT LAKES WILL SET UP ANOTHER LAKE EFFECT EVENT FOR SNOW BELT AREAS ON THURSDAY. ENVIRONMENT CANADA WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR THIS DEVELOPING SITUATION CLOSELY. SNOWFALL WARNING MAY BE EXTENDED TO OTHER REGIONS LATER TODAY IF NECESSARY.

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