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Environment Canada says as much as 50 cm of snow could fall in some areas from a late March snowstorm, March 25, 2024. Image: Randy Thoms/Acadia Broadcasting

More snow still expected

By Randy Thoms Mar 25, 2024 | 4:42 PM

A slow-moving Colorado low continues to bring snow to parts of the Rainy River District.

Environment Canada says it could be late tomorrow by the time the system moves out of the area.

A winter storm warning is still in effect for the Atikokan area, where as much as 50 cm of snow could fall.

Less amounts are predicted for areas around Fort Frances when a winter advisory is in place.

A winter storm warning is also in place for International Falls.

The winter storm is also packing strong winds that could reduce visibility for motorists on the roads.

There are no highway closures reported, but motorists are advised of the changing conditions they may encounter and to drive with caution.