Up to 15 cm of snow expected in Almaguin, North Bay starting Monday says Environment Canada

An early season accumulating snowfall event will occur Monday and Monday night. A low pressure system from Oklahoma is tracking northeast towards the Great Lakes and is expected to bring an accumulating snowfall to parts of Northeastern and Central Ontario. Latest indications suggest near 5 centimetres of snow will fall in most areas Monday with additional snow Monday night bringing total snowfall amounts to the 10 to 15 centimetre range by Tuesday morning. There is uncertainty with the forecast track and the strength of the low, which will affect total snowfall amounts across the region. Environment Canada is closely monitoring the situation. Snowfall warnings may be required as this event draws closer.

Today in North Bay look for periods of rain ending near noon then cloudy with 60 per cent chance of showers.

Parts of Northeastern and Central Ontario are expected to receive accumulating snowfall Monday and Monday night due to a low-pressure system heading northeast from Oklahoma toward the Great Lakes. 

Environment Canada predicts nearly 5 cm of snow will fall in most areas Monday, with additional overnight flurries bringing the total snowfall amount to 10-15 cm by Tuesday morning. 

There is uncertainty with the forecast track and the strength of the low, which will affect total snowfall amounts across the region. 

Environment Canada is closely monitoring the situation and may release additional snowfall warnings as the event approaches.