10-15 Centimetres of Snow Headed to Western Ontario: Kenora, Dryden and Thunder Bay

Snow Clearing Thunder Bay City Hall
Last night a crew armed with shovels kept the sidewalks at Thunder Bay City Hall clear.

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Snow is headed into Western Ontario. Environment Canada says that 10 to 15 centimetres of the white stuff is headed into the region by Tuesday.

The storm system has not generated any weather advisories or warnings as of Monday afternoon. That may change as the weather system, an Alberta clipper continues into Southern Manitoba.

The snowfall is likely to be followed by more cold weather.

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