Brace yourself for another blast of winter.
A low pressure system developing over Texas will head towards the Lower Great Lakes and is expected to spread an area of snow into Southern Ontario starting Tuesday.
Officials with Environment Canada are calling for between 15 to 30 cm of heavy snow here in the city. “Much like the situation we saw last week” Etienne Gregoire, Meteorologist with Environment Canada told AM640 News.”But the difference with this one, is the track is slightly further south which means that instead of the mix of precipitation we saw with the last one, this one for Toronto is all snow.”
Freezing rain and ice pellets may also be a problem as the storm centre gets close to the Lower Great Lakes.
Travelers should be prepared to alter plans accordingly as driving conditions are likely to deteriorate significantly on Tuesday.