Environment Canada Calling For First Significant Snowfall Of The Season
Environment Canada is calling for the first significant snowfall for the season on Sunday.
The weatherman says snow, at times heavy, is expected to affect regions east of Georgian Bay and towards Algonquin beginning Sunday afternoon and continuing into the night.
In general, snowfall amounts of 5 to 10 cm are expected; however, local amounts up to 15 cm are possible over higher terrain.
Snowfall will taper off to a few flurries Sunday overnight.