We’ve been tracking a potentially potent fall storm that could produce heavy snow for the region starting Halloween night.
Forecasters have yet to nail down an exact path for system that will bring strong winds, snow or heavy rain to parts of the province.
At present, the bulk of the snow appears to be heading for east of Sault Ste. Marie. Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for areas including Blind River to the Nickel Belt.
Sault Ste. Marie could see a mix of rain or freezing rain along with wet snow and winds will also be an issue hear developing Halloween night.
Yesterday forecasts warned of up to 40 cm in snowbelt areas including Sault Ste. Marie. Environment Canada now says some snow squall activity is expected to develop on Friday. We will update when more information becomes available.