UPDATE: Special Weather Statement: Another Wild Swing in Temps & Conditions

Get ready for another potentially sloppy weather system that could make driving conditions hazardous over the next 24 to 36 hours.

Environment Canada has a special weather statement out for the Ottawa Valley, and it’s all expected to start sometime Monday afternoon. 

The weather agency says a low pressure system will bring us snow beginning in the afternoon and continuing into the night, with a total accumulation of 15 centimetres possible. 

But there’s also a risk it’ll mix with ice pellets, freezing rain or rain overnight and the temperature takes another dramatic jump, rising by more than 20 degrees to plus 3 on Tuesday morning.

On the Quebec side, a snowfall warning is out for all of Pontiac County, including Rapides-des-Joachims, Fort-William, Chapeau, Fort-Coulonge, Campbell's Bay and Shawville.

Environment Canada says those areas of Quebec could see 20 centimetres of snow.

The weather statement and warnings note that road conditions could be poor at times as the system moves through.