Snow threatens to bring messy Wednesday commute to southern Ontario
Monday, March 10, 2014, 5:35 PM -
Spring -- so close, yet so far away. At least, that's the case in Ontario.
Special weather statements have been issued for parts of southern Ontario as a low pressure system from Kansas targets the region.
"The latest forecast data shows a slight northward shift in the forecast track of the storm which could spell more snow for winter wearty ontarians," says Weather Network meteorologist Dayna Vettese.
The storm is expected to impact the Wednesday morning and evening commute in the form of snow and local blowing snow.
In the meantime, light flurries are expected in the Nickel Belt and Ottawa Valley through Monday evening, with 2-5 cm possible through Tuesday.
Temperatures will get a bit of a boost this week courtesy of a warm front before taking another plunge later in the week.
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