Heavy snowfall warning in effect for Mississauga
Some heavy snow is forecasted to hit Mississauga very soon.
Environment Canada says we could see 15 to 25 cm of snow from two rounds of snowfall expected Monday into Tuesday morning across areas of southern Ontario.
“The first one is expected to begin overnight or early Monday morning with 5 cm of snow expected by afternoon. Potentially higher amounts of up to 10 cm may occur near Lake Erie,” says Environment Canada.
While the precipitation may diminish during the afternoon, another round of even heavier snow is expected to move in Monday evening and last until Tuesday morning, with an additional 10 to 20 cm likely.
Residents are advised to watch out for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions, including low visibility and roadways becoming difficult to traverse in the snow. If necessary, consider postponing non-essential travel until weather conditions improve.
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