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Here we go, forecasters are tracking a storm system that's about to hit our province. We started to tell you about this system on Friday as Environment Canada changed their forecast for the new week and let us know that a some significant weather was on the way.

While we're expecting a mild Monday afternoon, the winds are blowing in moisture.  It'll start with rain Monday evening and then as it gets colder, it'll changed to snow. 2-4cm of the white stuff is expected to mix with the rain and that combination will result in some less than ideal driving conditions.

Another 5cm of snow is expected Tuesday morning and then more rain through the afternoon as we start to move into a warming trend.  The extended forecast is showing spring like conditions for the rest of the week.

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