Daily Forecast: December 24, 2022
The winter storm will continue it's wrath across the region tomorrow. Snow squalls and heavy snow will continue off the shores of the lakes. Strong wind gusts are expected throughout the day, likely producing blowing and drifting snow as well as blizzard conditions.
Latest model guidance has also shown the potential for snow to move into Southwestern Ontario tomorrow, likely late in the morning. The snow may continue through the day, combined with strong wind gusts that may make visibility and road conditions worse. Stay tuned for further updates.
Blizzard Warnings and Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect from Environment and Climate Change Canada.Blizzard conditions are expected to continue through the day into tomorrow evening. Postpone any unnecessary travel and have a plan in place in the event of an emergency. Road closures and power outages are possible.
All information regarding the winter storm, including road closures, closings and cancellations, outlooks and more will be posted on our STORM WATCH page here.
Cold wind chills are expected through tonight and throughout the day tomorrow. Bundle up if heading outdoors.
High temperatures will range from -11°C to -6°C across the region. Temperatures in blue represent forecasted wind chill values.