Environment Canada has issued a weather alert for the Pontiac region, as freezing rain mixed with rain will blanket the southern end of the province on Sunday (March 6).
“A low pressure system from Colorado will move toward the Great Lakes on Saturday, then continue to track toward the province of Quebec. Precipitation associated with this system will begin as snow over Northern Quebec and will change to freezing rain during the day on Sunday. Southern areas of the province will experience a more or less extended period of freezing rain followed by a transition to rain as temperatures reach the 10 degree Celsius mark. Consider modifying any non-essential travel plans,” the statement reads.