Monday, January 17, 2022 12:03 p.m
By Linda Morgan
Snow is expected to ease later in the evening, according to Environment Canada.
A low pressure system has brought a significant amount of snowfall to the region today, with between 40 and 60cm seen in some areas.
Environment Canada notes snow is expected to ease tonight, local However, drifting snow is possible.
The Weather Bureau also says surfaces such as freeways, roadways, sidewalks, and parking lots may be difficult to navigate, making travel difficult.
Meanwhile, the City of Niagara Falls says the Plowing work to be continued throughout the evening and tomorrow morning.
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