Driving south today? Heavy snow expected in parts of central, eastern Ontario

‘Significant’ amount of snow on the way for the GTA Sunday: Environment Canada

Significant snowfall expected in the Kawarthas beginning Sunday afternoon

The snowfall should begin Sunday morning before tapering off overnight.

The recent weeks saw an unusually warm spell, but the trend is back to normal temperatures now, so we're not likely to see another stretch of warm weather before winter sets in, Perron said.

This Winter Weather Travel Advisory has been upgraded from a Special Weather Statement that was previously in effect.

Holmes said the city's north end is expected to see accumulation while the downtown core could see more rain than snow.

"We're looking at the heaviest snow part to be this evening".

"Snow is beginning to spread across the region this morning and will continue to fall through this evening".

The first significant snowfall of the winter is expected to hit much of southern Ontario and Quebec today.

Snow on Richmond Road in Ottawa, February 27, 2020.

Other areas in the GTA, including Peel, Halton, York and Durham, are also under a weather advisory. It will be out. "It'll be clearing ice and making the road safe".

Sunday morning is starting out wintery at -3 C, but Mother Nature is saving the best for later. The high will be 5 C.

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