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As much as 15 cm of snow expected with winter storm
The freezing rain, freezing drizzle and ice pellets will change over to all snow by this afternoon with a general snowfall of 5-10 cm expected, except in the St Lawrence Valley where snowfall amounts of 10 to possibly 15 cm are expected by this evening. The snow will end tonight as the low pressure system moves away to the northeast.
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Cornwall - January 13, 2012 - Periods of freezing rain will continue over Eastern Ontario as a low pressure area tracks east across the district and becomes absorbed in a new low pressure system forecast to track northeast across New York state into Southeastern Quebec later today.

Hence the freezing rain, freezing drizzle and ice pellets will change over to all snow by this afternoon with a general snowfall of 5-10 cm expected, except in the St Lawrence Valley where snowfall amounts of 10 to possibly 15 cm are expected by this evening. The snow will end tonight as the low pressure system moves away to the northeast. Ice will continue to accumulate on untreated surfaces. Travellers are advised to exercise extreme caution as due to hazardous travelling conditions from icy and slippery surfaces, which may also become snow covered this afternoon. Please refer to your local public forecast for details.


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