Some Snow Heading Our Way
A few centimetres of snow is on the way for Windsor-Essex.
"We're going to be stuck with more snow," says Environment Canada Warning Preparedness Meteorologist Etienne Gregoire.
He says the region could see up to four centimetres of snow starting later this evening or just after midnight.
"For Windsor, Leamington, Kingsville I think two to four is in the right range," says Gregoire. "Towards Sarnia I would be tempted to go more like five, six or seven centimetre event closer to Lake Huron. Some lake enhancement and also closer to the track of that next storm."
Gregoire says along with the snow, wind will also be a factor.
"Not as strong as yesterday," says Gregoire. "Yesterday we had gusts in excess of over 100 kilometres an hour in parts of the north shore of Lake Erie. Not as strong but still we're going to see some gusts late tomorrow into the evening and overnight hour that probably going to be in the 60-65 kilometre an hour wage."
Gregoire adds the forecast shows no signs of warming up over the next week.