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The fair weather system that sits overhead is going to yield to a powerful winter storm on Monday afternoon into the night. The system will move through quickly with snow and wind. Snowfall totals will be in the 10 to 15 cm range but this is also going to be quite a wind event. Ahead of the storm, the SE wind will gust as high as 90 km/h then swing around to the west and gust to 70 km/h behind the low. Behind the system, temperatures will take another tumble and we can expect windy, cold weather with more onshore snow to wrap up the month of February!