More winter weather is on the way for Northeastern Ontario. Environment Canada says a low pressure system emerging from the Southern Plains States is expected to deepen and intensify into a winter storm as it tracks northeast towards the Upper Great Lakes near Sault Ste Marie by Friday night. Regions north of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay may experience a freezing rain event later tonight and into Friday. The weather agency says precipitation will probably start out as ice pellets or freezing rain, with some snow over areas well inland from the Upper Great Lakes and there is some potential for freezing rain to last a few hours before changing over to rain on Friday as milder air and above freezing temperatures move in. Travellers should be prepared for hazardous conditions as untreated surfaces may quickly become icy and slippery.