Snow is on the way!
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for London, Ont., and much of southern Ontario.
Londoners can expect 2 to 6 cm of snow Monday morning. An additional 5 cm is possible by Monday evening, meteorologists say.
“Winds will shift northwesterly, creating bands of lake effect snow that will affect some areas overnight into Monday,” the statement read.
Environment Canada adds, areas close to Lake Huron may not receive snow because the temperatures will be too warm.
John Parsons, the city’s division manager of roadside operations told 980 CFPL crews are ready to send out salt trucks, road plows and sidewalk machines.
“We’ll see if (the snow) accumulates. The roads are a bit warm, so it is melting upon contact.”
Drivers are advised to expect transportation delays and poor visibility.