Nov 11, 2013
By Michael Kramer
The first cold snap of the season is coming to southern Ontario.
And Environment Canada has put parts of southern Ontario under a snow squall warning with an Arctic cold front set to send shivers into the area tonight.
Areas to the southeast of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay may see up to 10 centimetres of snow by tomorrow morning, when additional snowfall is also possible.
The snow-squall warning stretches from Sarnia and Elgin County up to Huron – Perth County in the southwest, and also the Barrie and Dufferin County areas.
Adjacent areas can also expect trace amounts of snow as temperatures plummet tonight.
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