This week, Environment Canada predicts up to 40 cm of snow in certain parts of Canada. A winter storm warning has been issued by Environment Canada for regions of Ontario and Quebec. Some provinces may receive up to 40 cm of snow starting Tuesday. In Ontario, locations like as Elliot Lake, Greater Sudbury, Prescott, and Russell will see significant snowfall and high winds.Parts of the Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Saskatchewan have been issued with a severe winter warning.
Temperatures can feel as frigid as -50 degrees Celsius due to unusually cold winds, according to Environment Canada. Cold winds will also reach Saskatchewan's Cree Lake and Key Lake.From Tuesday evening to Wednesday morning, parts of British Columbia may receive 10 to 20 cm of snow. Heavy precipitation is also expected in the mountains.