Northeastern Ontario is going to receive at least one last blast from old man winter.
Environment Canada is warning that hazardous winter conditions will continue Wednesday through into Thursday morning.
The weather network says further snowfall in the amount of near 10cm is expected to take place across Northeastern Ontario.
Environment Canada says the result will be 15 to 30cm of snow in many areas, including strong and gusty northerly winds creating blowing snow.
The weather network says consider postponing non-essential travel as highways and roads will become more difficult to drive on through the day.