Significant snowfall expected in the Kawarthas beginning Sunday afternoon

Clay Curtis
November 23, 2020

Snow is expected to begin on Sunday afternoon, with snow tapering off by Monday morning.

This covers areas from London-Middlesex, Huron, Perth, Oxford, Brant and as far east as the GTA.

In its advisory, the federal agency said a Colorado low will move across the region, possibly dumping five to 10 centimetres of snow.

A Snowfall Warning was issued at one point yesterday for Perth County.

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The recent weeks saw an unusually warm spell, but the trend is back to normal temperatures now, so we're not likely to see another stretch of warm weather before winter sets in, Perron said.

The advisory warns of "quickly accumulating snow rates at times" along with slippery road conditions and low visibility at times. "Sending out our heavy trucks and sidewalk equipment when the ground is so soft can be harder on infrastructure and lawns", said the city on its website. It will be out. "It'll be clearing ice and making the road safe", he said.

The high for Sunday will be 2 C, with a wind chill of -3 in the morning.

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