Niagara under a heavy snow squall warning
Environment Canada has issued a snow squall warning for Niagara as 30 cm are expected to fall.
The agency is warning you not to drive if you don't have to.
They say this may last for a few more hours.
Read what the agency had to say about the entire Niagara region below.
Snow squalls with near zero visibility today.
Snow squalls have developed in the strong and gusty west to southwest flow off the Great Lakes.
Radar indicates intense snow squall bands across the regions.
Snowfall amounts will vary, however up to 30 cm is possible today in areas where the snow squalls are persistent.
Motorists should note that driving conditions will be hazardous due to very poor and fluctuating visibilities caused by heavy snow and blowing snow, along with rapid snow accumulation on untreated roads.