Snow Possible Overnight Before Bigger Storm Arrives Tuesday

Two rounds of wintry precipitation possible Saturday night through Monday morning

Two rounds of wintry precipitation possible Saturday night through Monday morning

A storm that could bring "significant" snow, freezing rain and strong winds is expected to sweep through Toronto on Tuesday, Environment Canada said in a special weather statement on Sunday.

The rain and flood threat continues into Tuesday before it starts to wrap up overnight Tuesday.

"Strong and gusty easterly winds may cause low visibility in blowing snow before the snow changes over to freezing precipitation", Environment Canada said. In these locations, up to an inch of snow/sleet is possible, followed by a tenth to two-tenths of an inch of ice.

Areas between Richmond and the advisory could see some slick spots on untreated surfaces.

Futurecast 5AM - Temperatures in NW Arkansas will hover around freezing. The best chance for periods of steady and even moderate snow will be between 10 PM Sunday and 3 AM Monday.

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The national weather service added residents could expect between 5 to15 centimetres of snowfall and ice pellets, as well as possible freezing rain depending on how the storm tracks across the region.

While there will be those areas with some brief periods of wintry weather, this storm will be just rain for much of central, southern and eastern Virginia.

Late Monday into Tuesday, the heaviest snow will fall across northern and central Iowa into southern and eastern Minnesota and central Wisconsin, according to Clark.

After that is all complete, weather will remain tranquil from Wednesday morning to Thursday night.

Saturday: Any rain ends early, then clearing and very windy.

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