Texas storm heads to Barrie

A strong wind is blowing in from Texas, leading Environment Canada (EC) to issue a storm warning for the region.
Significant snowfall is expected overnight and tomorrow, Groundhog Day. No doubt the little rodent will take a peak above his hole, and promptly dive for cover.
EC is advising that the approaching storm brings with it the potential for dangerous winter conditions, particularly on the road, and that people should monitor conditions and check for updates.
The storm from Texas is steadily tracking towards Southern Ontario – it’s expected to move through northern Ohio tonight, then into the region.
EC reports that storms originating in Texas heading north usually pack a wallop, producing a large amount of snow when they hit colder climes, with snowfalls often reaching a high of 30 cm. The agency advises this storm shouldn’t be an exception.

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