Snowfall amounts are commonly expected to be in the 5 to 10 cm range. Boundless snow related with a passing low weight system is relied upon to move into the GTA early evening and end later Monday morning, Environment Canada says.
The Federal weather organization issued a special weather articulation Sunday evening in which it said snowfall sums are commonly expected to be in the 5 to 10 centimeters range.
“Travel might be hazardous at times today,” it says, “and especially tonight into Monday morning.”
For territories extending from near Oakville towards Hamilton and Grimsby, there is a probability that sums may approach 15 cm, Environment Canada says.
Notwithstanding the snow, windy northeasterly breezes will generate local blowing snow especially closer to Lake Ontario.
In the forecast for tonight calls for times of snow starting early tonight with a low of – 8 C. Wind chill – 10 C in the evening and -15 C overnight.
On Monday there will be periods of snowfall finishing off with the morning then clearing. Temperatures will peak at a high of -5 C and the wind chill will be near -15 C.
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