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Sunday January 19th, 2014

Posted at 9:35am

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Flurries, chilly temperatures and gusty winds are headed for Windsor and Essex County.

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement just after 9am this morning as a cold front will sweep across Southern Ontario today and tonight.

The front is expected to bring flurries and up to a general 2 to 4 cm of snowfall to the region.

Strong and gusty southwesterly winds are expected to develop this morning ahead of the front. The strongest winds are likely near the shores of the Great Lakes where gusts between 50 and 70 km/h are possible.

Behind the front an Arctic airmass will settle in over the region. In addition, the deepening cold air combined with moderate winds will result in cold wind chill values ranging from minus 25 to minus 35 Tuesday morning.

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