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Ontario snow: Five maps that explain everything

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Cheryl Santa Maria
Digital Reporter

Tuesday, April 15, 2014, 7:40 AM -

Rain, freezing rain, ice pellets and snow. Winter returns to Ontario with a vengeance making a mess of the roads and complicating the Tuesday commute.

Above-seasonal temps and gusty winds were the big story on Monday but now, attention has turned to a cold front that's moving through the region.

Temperatures will also take a nose dive on Tuesday, making it feel more like the middle of February than April.


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These next five maps will tell you everything you need to know about the system.

RAIN TRANSITIONS TO SNOW

It started as rain, transitioned briefly through freezing rain and changed over to snow for most places by the early morning hours Tuesday. Just how much snow will fall through the day?

HEAVIER SNOW IS EXPECTED IN NORTHERN ONTARIO

BIG TEMPERATURE SWING 

WINTER'S VICTORY WILL ONLY BE TEMPORARY


TRACK ACTIVE WEATHER: Visit the Alerts section of the website


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