Winter storm warning issued for Guelph

Winter storm warning issued for Guelph

The highest range will be on the Mason-Dixon and in our northwestern counties.

There is a winter storm watch for metro Detroit starting midnight Monday night through Wednesday morning.

- Sunday will start off with sunshine but will transition to clouds by the afternoon before some messy winter weather arrives.

Snow is likely Tuesday afternoon. It takes over headed towards your commute home today. A few heavier bands will be likely in spots as road conditions continue to deteriorate. The weather service said travel could be very hard, or even impossible.

Generally, 3 to 6 inches of snowfall is expected for much of the region. Eventually rising temperatures will cause snow to change to an icy mix (sleet and freezing rain) before transitioning to rain, the whole rain, and nothing but rain.

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Periods of heavy rain will last through Tuesday afternoon, before tapering off Wednesday morning.

Driving conditions could be hard for your Monday morning commute as areas north of Baltimore could see several inches of snow.

On the heels of rain, wind and ice, we should now brace ourselves for snow.

Snowfall amounts may be higher should the switch over to freezing rain not occur.

Over Sunday night, snow was expected to be confined to the mountains, with a "VERY BRIEF" break on Monday morning before another winter system began dropping snow in the Seattle area. Re-freeze will be a concern for your Wednesday morning travel plans. The average temperature for January in Hamilton is -5.5 C, but this year it was -6.9 C. Wind chill values in recent weeks have dropped below -25, prompting several cold warnings.

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