Nov. 11, 2014
It is shaping up as a slippery and sloppy rush hour across much of Ontario due to a steady snowfall rolling westward across the province.
A system that stormed across eastern Ontario last night is now dumping snow across central Ontario and the Golden Horseshoe.
The snow will spread to southwestern Ontario this morning, with totals expected to total around 10 centimetres although the Niagara area can expect about 15 centimetres.
Snowfall warnings remain in effect for regions near Georgian Bay to the Algonquin and North Bay areas.
The snowfall has cancelled school bus service in some Toronto-area districts, including Dufferin-Peel and York Region.
Pearson International Airport says there are some flight delays and cancellations and travellers are asked to check their flight status before heading to the airport.
The snow is forecast to taper off by midday over the Golden Horseshoe and this evening over central and southwestern Ontario.