Provincial police say all roads have reopened but are still warning motorists to take it easy on the roads around the Greater Toronto Area, after a late, late spring snowstorm

Early in the morning there were reports of white-out conditions in some areas and school buses were cancelled in Dufferin County, north of Toronto, because of the storm.

The OPP issued a travel alert for the area.

"Heavy snowfall combined with high winds has produced hazardous driving conditions and blowing snow has reduced visibility to nil in many areas," it said in a news release advising drivers to stay off the road in Dufferin County.

That alert was lifted by late morning as the snow tapered off.

CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe reported that the winter weather shouldn't stick around much longer, although rain showers and gusty winds will continue throughout the day.

"Driving conditions are going to be very treacherous with that heavy, wet snow on the ground and still falling — and those winds gusting to 70 km/h is going to make visibility pretty tricky as well," she said.

For Wednesday the forecast calls for sunshine and a high of 14 C.