Massive snowstorm heads for southern Ontario

It looks like our northern neighbors will be part of the snow rolling into western New York this week.

A major snow event will move through Western New York this week bringing snow, freezing rain and sleet. The system appears to be moving north of western New York and delivering snow to southern Ontario, Canada.

WIVB meteorologist Mike Cejka predicts just over 9 inches of snowfall for Hamilton, Ont.

According to Environment Canada, a special weather statement has been issued. There could be up to 10 to 15 centimeters of snow in southern Ontario by Wednesday evening with more expected Thursday. 15 centimeters equals about 6 inches of snow.

The temperature in Toronto is expected to drop to -8 degrees Celsius, or around 17 degrees Fahrenheit.

The good news is that most of the snow will be gone from southern Ontario by Thursday evening and in anticipation of the weekend there will be light snow and cooler temperatures in the region.

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