Squalls could mean up to 20 cm of snow
After some relief from the white stuff, lake-effect snow is rushing back towards the southern parts of Ontario this week.
“After a mild but damp start to the workweek, winter is quickly returning over southern Ontario,” according to The Weather Network. “The system that brought heavy snow and freezing rain to parts of the north on Monday will bring a temperature plunge to the south, and wind chill values in the minus double digits will be the result.”
Halton-area 7-day forecast
“That, plus a round of significant lake-effect snow, will give the balance of the week a much more wintry feel. We take a look at who will see snow, and how quickly temperatures rebound, below.”
Parts of Huron/Perth and the Dundalk Highlands are expected to get hit the hardest with up to 20 cm. Travel along the 400 north of Newmarket and particularly toward Barrie will be impacted at times, as well, according to The Weather Network.
A few fringe flurries are expected to drift through the GTA Tuesday, through the afternoon and early evening.
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