Thunder Bay still is under a winter storm warning after we received nine centimeters of snow overnight.
Environment Canada's Etienne Gregoire tells us we were spared the brunt of it.
"Thunder Bay caught the edge of the massive storm covering most of Ontario but the higher amounts of snow were east of Nipigon and Marathon towards Wawa."
Gregoire notes we could see another two centimeters of snow today but the real concern is the strong winds causing blowing snow and visibility issues.
Westerly winds could reach up to 50 to 60 km/hr.