Major storm may be on the way to Niagara

Almost 200 flights are cancelled out of Toronto Pearson as snow continues to fall and a large winter storm reigns in parts of southern Ontario.

Cloudy periods, a 40-per-cent chance of flurries and a low of -13 C are expected for Wednesday night.

A system is moving into the province and Environment Canada meteorologist Steve Knott says the snow will begin around Kitchener.

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Wind chill minus 28 this morning.

Some parts of the GTA were struck by a winter storm Friday night.

Total snowfall amounts of 15 to 25 centimetres are likely with enhanced amounts closer to 30 centimetres possible in the Hamilton to Niagara corridor, due to added moisture from Lake Ontario.

Expect snow on Saturday and colder temperatures throughout the area
Clouds will thicken as we go throughout the day, it will be much colder with highs only around 53 degrees in Charlotte. Our southern locations like Ithaca, Cortland, and Norwich may see some light snow accumulation by midday Friday .

And Mother Nature may just been intent on reminding us of that fact. A developing low pressure centre now over the Northwestern United States will track just south of the Great Lakes on Monday and Monday night.

Combined with strong winds, driving conditions could be hazardous thanks to blowing snow and reduced visibility.

A Winter Storm Warning is in place for Oxford County, Simcoe-Delhi-Norfolk and eastward towards Hamilton and Niagara.

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A special weather statement had ended shortly after 9 a.m. Tuesday morning, by which time areas around Toronto had already received 20 to 30 centimeters of snow early on Tuesday, the weather department said on its website.