A series of messy storms is heading toward Hamilton.
A weather system moving up from Texas is set to collide with what Environment Canada is calling a sharp front.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Jeff Coulson says there is a chance Hamiltonians will be grabbing their shovels once again, come Saturday.
Coulson says over the next few days as the temperature hovers around the freezing mark, Hamiltonians can also expect periods of freezing rain and flurries.
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The first system is expected to spread into southwestern Ontario Thursday evening and through the remainder of southern Ontario by Friday morning.
The exact location of this storm track will determine whether the precipitation falls as rain, freezing rain, ice pellets, or snow.
The precipitation may become more intermittent on Saturday before another more potent storm approaches southern Ontario Saturday evening into Sunday.
This next storm system is expected to tap into moisture from the Gulf of Mexico.
Environment Canada says there is a risk that this could be a major ice storm for an appreciable swath of southern Ontario.
It appears that areas along the 401 corridor have the greatest likelihood for significant freezing rain amounts.
It also means there is a risk for widespread power outages due to fallen tree limbs and power lines.