Winter weather travel advisory issued for Waterloo Region

Winter weather travel advisory issued for Waterloo Region

Along with accumulating snowfall, winds are expected to increase to 20 to 30-mph from 3 a.m. through 9 a.m. Monday morning, resulting in blowing snow and poor travel conditions.

The National Weather Service has a winter storm watch set to go into effect at 4 p.m. Monday for Cuyahoga, Ashtabula, Geauga and Lake counties. 8 inches of snow is possible.

Monday: Steady system snow transitions to lake effect snow.

After a cold and windy day Wednesday, with a high near 31 and a low near 19, snow could return Thursday, as temperatures fall from an expected high near 36 to an overnight low about 29, according to forecasters. You can anticipate widespread snow Veteran's Day in the afternoon and evening.

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The early morning hours will start as a rain-snow mix but switch to snow by the time daylight comes. Right now the models are in agreement that this might be our first significant snowfall of the season.

We'll add on to these totals Tuesday in the Primary & Secondary Snowbelt when the lake-effect snow bands set up.

This looks to be the coldest November period in 5 years!

A slight moderation in temperatures will occur by late in the week as highs get back to and above the freezing mark by Thursday.

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