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Alberta Clipper to bring up to 15 cm of snow across southern Ontario

Environment Canada says driving conditions are likely to be poor.

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Environment Canada says driving conditions are likely to be poor.

Snow is expected across southern Ontario starting today and into tomorrow morning.

Environment Canada has issued a weather statement saying the region can expect five to 10 centimetres of snow as a result of a winter weather system called an "Alberta Clipper."

The agency says there may be a few flurries earlier in the day but the steadier snow is expected to start this afternoon.

It says driving conditions are likely to be poor.

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