Environment Canada says the city can expect to see between two and four centimetres of snow, starting tonight. It could still be falling tomorrow morning, which may make the drive to work a pain.
CBC meteorologist Jay Scotland says that an incoming clipper system will likely drop between two and five centimetres across the wider Greater Toronto Area.
Toronto will likely see less than five centimetres, but areas east of the city through Durham Region could hit the five-centimetre mark.
Scotland says that parts of the Niagara Region could see more than five centimetres of snow.