Rain-snow mix possible – .

Rain-snow mix possible – .

Winter conditions could develop in parts of southwestern Ontario on Sunday.

Environment Canada issued a special weather report late Saturday afternoon for parts of the region, including London-Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford, Huron-Perth and Gray-Bruce counties.

The weather agency said the snow spells are expected to continue from early Sunday afternoon and into the evening. Between 2 and 6 centimeters of snow could fall in some areas inside the lakes. Local snowfall of up to 10 cm in places where temperatures are near or below zero degrees is also possible.

“There is still some uncertainty about the amounts of snow because the snow could be mixed with rain and reduce snow accumulation,” said an Environment Canada release. “Note that the impacts can be somewhat limited, as the warm ground temperatures will contribute to the snowmelt. “

Parts of Midwestern Ontario have already had an early glimpse of winter weather, while London and surrounding areas have yet to see more than an inch of white matter that quickly melted away.

Drivers are reminded to use caution when driving in snowy conditions.


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