Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Snowstorm Hits Southern Ontario, Expected to Last until Tuesday Evening

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Snowstorm Hits Southern Ontario, Expected to Last until Tuesday Evening

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Southern Ontario facing blast of winter

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TORONTO - The first official day of spring may be around the corner, but southern Ontario is getting a blast of winter that could bring up to 30 centimetres of snow to some areas.

Rob Kuhn, a severe weather meteorologist with Environment Canada, says the storm is affecting Windsor to Kitchener and all the way to Ottawa, Kingston and Cornwall.

Kuhn says the Burlington, Hamilton and Niagara areas are under a winter storm warning, adding they will be hit the hardest.

He says the Niagara region could get close to 30 centimetres of snow, while Hamilton and Burlington could see 15 to 25 centimetres.

All other areas, including Toronto and Ottawa, could see 10 to 20 centimetres.

Snow began falling Monday afternoon and is expected to continue until Tuesday night. …

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