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.
According to forecasts the weather service made early Monday, towns in Greater Boston are most likely to see 3-6 inches of snow during the storm, with precipitation turning into freezing rain Wednesday morning.
Unfortunately for those of us that have had enough of Old Man Winter, this may not be our only weather headache this week as yet another storm could provide additional snowfall by late Thursday into early Friday. How much of it could land as snow? "Tuesday PM commute could be impacted [with] slick roads, hazardous travel, and low visibility". It was expected to taper off in time for the Monday morning commute, but the next storm was on its way later in the day.More news: Grammys 2019: Joy Villa dresses as Trump's border wall on red carpet
Snowfall amounts of 25 to 30 centimeters and blowing snow are forecast for Tuesday, and into Wednesday.
The precipitation is expected to turn back into snow by Tuesday night, as colder air settles over the city.
Light snow started to make its way into the interior lowlands in the late afternoon, the weather service said.More news: Gaza: Israeli Snipers Kill 2 Protesters, Including Child
Our very active, stormy pattern continues this next work week as another winter storm promises to dump several more inches of snow on the area.
Even if snowfall totals trend toward the high end, though, Boston is unlikely to get more than five inches.
- Another round of snow, sleet and freezing rain is on the way.More news: Toyota reveals Rav4 TRD 'Off-Road' model