It will be a snowy and blustery day.
The watch we told you about yesterday has now been upgraded to a Snowsquall Warning for our region.
We can expect flurries, heavy at times, and snow squalls today with high winds.
We could get 15 to 20 centimetres of snow today and another 10 to 15 tonight.
And with the wind, overnight temperatures could feel like minus 25.
The flurries and squalls will ease up by tomorrow afternoon, but it will still be very cold, feeling like minus 29 with the wind.
The snow started to fall after 7 PM on Sunday -- and it created a busy night for police.
The OPP reported numerous calls about vehicles in ditches due to slippery roads.
So far this morning, there are no reports of serious injuries from those collisions.