Photos: Ontarians wake up to first significant snowfall
Sunday, November 22, 2015, 4:30 PM - The snow continues to fall in Ontario, blanketing houses, cars and roads. While some residents have enjoyed the wintry blast, others would prefer to live without it.
A low pressure system brought the first significant snowfall of the season to a large part of province Saturday and gusty winds have helped push lake effect snowbands across many areas Sunday.
A special weather statement remains in place for several places, stretching east from Lake Huron and Georgian Bay as far as Barrie and the Waterloo region.
While squalls will ease for those in southern Ontario Sunday evening, another system will bring wet snow to the region Monday afternoon.
Here's how Ontarians are dealing with the flurries.
Yup, it has arrived in Muskoka pic.twitter.com/CvXnJvcujT— Jim Leech (@QUchancellor) November 22, 2015