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Winter weather travel advisory remains in place north of the city

Up to 10 cm of snow is possible as part of the system
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A winter weather travel advisory issued by Environment Canada remains in place for areas north of the city with an additional 5 to 10 cm of snow possible.

The advisory is in effect for areas including:

  • Agawa - Lake Superior Park
  • Searchmont - Montreal River Harbour - Batchawana Bay

The snowfall, which could see higher accumulation amounts for areas near the shores of Lake Superior, is expected to continue through this evening as a low pressure system tracks east across Lake Superior today.

Travel could be hazardous with winds gusting to up to 60 km/h possible as part of the system.

A winter storm warning is in place for the area of Wawa and Pukaskwa Park while the area of White River and Dubreuilville is also under a winter weather travel advisory.