Northwestern Ontario saw a large amount of snow hit the region overnight. Marie-Ève Giguère from Environment Canada talked about how much we actually got.
"We had 10 centimetres of snow overnight. We're almost out of it. I see the edge is approaching the boundary between Manitoba and Ontario. We're expecting a couple more centimetres on top of what is already on the ground," she said.
Giguere said that although the snow will be tapering off for Kenora, Dryden and Sioux Lookout this afternoon, we can expect a little more snow tomorrow.
"There will be a little bit more snow on Tuesday. Temperatures will go down a fair bit. It's going to get windy Tuesday and Wednesday. We're looking at a windchill between minus 20 and minus 30 at times. But in terms of snow, it looks quiet for the next few days, no major accumulation," she said.
She also warned that the system is moving east. Stormy conditions are expected all day for Thunder Bay and the Lake Superior area. So, anyone travelling east is reminded to use caution.