Monday's Snow Storm Has Been Upgraded To A Winter Storm Warning

Monday's Snow Storm Has Been Upgraded To A Winter Storm Warning

As of 12:30 p.m., Waterloo Region and Wellington County are under a winter weather travel advisory. LaPorte and South Bend could see a total of eight inches of lake effect snow.

The commutes which will exercise your patience the most will be Tuesday morning and for the snow belt, it'll also include Tuesday evening and early Wednesday morning. "Snow totals will be as high as 6" in far northern in but in central in we'll be watching for rain transitioning into 1-3" of snow.

A number of accidents have already been reported on area roadways due to slick and messy road conditions.

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You can get more information about the Advisory here from The National Weather Service website. Lake effect snow bands will develop across the primary and secondary snowbelt region on the heels of the widespread snow. Temperatures stall in the low 20s with some of the coldest weather of the season.

Our Severe Weather Alert Day continues as a cold front crashes into the mountains tonight, bringing rain and snow. The warning begins during the late-morning hours and continues until 9 a.m. tomorrow. In Cuyahoga County, about 40 snow plows are prepped to treat roads and clear snow. The hazardous conditions will likely impact the afternoon commute.

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