Issued at 10:04 Sunday January 9, 2022 on The Weather Network – for more on the weather, click The Weather Network above.

Snow squalls are expected to develop today (Sunday) until Tuesday morning.

Lake effect snow, with snowfall rates of 15 to 25 cm over 12 hours possible. Local accumulations of 30 to 50 cm are possible by Tuesday morning.
Near zero visibility in heavy snow and blowing snow.
Snow covered and icy roads.

A sharp cold front will move through the area ushering in very cold Arctic air. Snow squalls are expected to develop over Lake Huron this afternoon and finally taper off Tuesday morning.  The Polar Vortex is expected this coming week with temperatures dipping into the -20s.

As anyone living in Bruce County knows, snow squalls can cause weather conditions to vary from clear skies to heavy snow within just a few kilometres. Visibility will be suddenly reduced to near zero at times in heavy and blowing snow. Road closures are not only possible but common.