BROCKVILLE – Portions of Leeds-Grenville could see up to 25 centimeters (10 inches) of snow by Monday morning.
Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning Sunday morning for much of the region, with the exception of Mallorytown and Gananoque.
Those areas can expect less snow – around 10-20 centimeters (4-8 inches) by Monday night.
Forecasters say the heaviest snow is expected tonight and through the morning commute on Monday.
The snow will be coupled with a strong northwest wind of 50-70 kilometers an hour, which will cause blowing snow and reduced visibility on area roads.
The snow should taper off by Tuesday morning, Environment Canada said.