Northwestern Ontario was hit with snow overnight. Environment Canada's Marie-Ève Giguère talked about the system hitting the region.
"We're looking at 5 to 10 cm in the area. The winds are going to increase this afternoon. Maybe another 5 cm today," she said.
Giguère said driving conditions will be poor with low visibility due to blowing snow.
"We're expecting low visibility on the roads, as the winds pick up some of the light snow and makes blowing snow. Basically poor driving conditions all day," she said.
The snow should taper off this afternoon, and the next snowfall isn't expected until New Year's Eve.