Weather UPDATE: Snowfall warning replaced by freezing rain warning SHARE ON: Bob McIntyre, staff Sunday, Apr. 7th, 2019 Photo credit: freeimages.com UPDATE: At 3;45pm, Environment Canada dropped the snowfall warning, replacing it with a freezing rain warning for overnight Sunday, into Monday, probably starting as snow. Freezing rain and ice pellets will change to snow late Monday. Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for Kapuskasing, Hearst, Smooth Rock Falls, Timmins, Cochrane and Iroquois Falls. Precipitation should start this afternoon, and last into Monday afternoon, dumping 15 cm to 20 cm on some areas. The highest amounts are expected to the Northeast of Kap and Timmins. The warning says accumulations will be less to the southwest, because the snow will be mixed with ice pellets and freezing rain. So you’ll probably need more time to get work tomorrow morning. Stay tuned to Moose FM and check back here in the morning for the latest, and whether school buses are running in your area.