Snow brings messy roads, flight delays
Montreal is in the grips of yet another winter storm, with the forecast calling for about 15 centimetres of snow expected before it ends sometime tonight.
And we're getting off easy, compared to nearby places in the storm system's path.
Toronto expecting anywhere from 15 to 25 centimetres, which would make it the biggest storm to his that city since 2008.
But they're also expecting some 30 centimetres of snow in New York City, and about double that in Boston.
The storm system is causing hundreds of flights to be canceled or delayed across the northeastern part of the continent. If you're planning to fly to, or are expecting anyone to fly from any of these places, call your airlines, or check out Trudeau airport's flight boards here.
For the moment, commuter and Via Rail train service in Montreal is normal, with only minor delays.
Transport Quebec, for its part, is reporting difficult road conditions and zero visibility in some places, and provincial police are reporting a number of cars going off the road, and a number of fender-benders.
One woman died in hospital after two cars collided on Highway 112 in south shore Marieville this morning.