As much of southern Ontario digs out and de-ices from Tuesday’s powerful winter storm, damaging winds, some lingering snow flurries and dangerous squalls will make for yet another difficult day on the roads for thousands.
Blowing snow and localized whiteouts are the main issues as the winds continue to blast through. More on the mid-week travel mess below, plus a look at the NEXT system that approaches the region as early as Thursday.
Widespread light snow continues through Wednesday as the low finally tracks across northeastern Ontario and into western Quebec.
Strong, persistent winds will cause extensive blowing snow and blizzard-like conditions Wednesday.
Next system approaches on Thursday with more snow and freezing rain threatening the region as temperatures fall by Friday.