Canada Expect more snow this weekend in Toronto and across southern Ontario

15:55  10 february  2018
15:55  10 february  2018 Source:   thestar.com

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Between 5 cm and 10 cm of snow is expected to fall across southern Ontario and the Golden Horseshoe by Saturday’s end , according to a special weather statement from Environment Canada. The Niagara region is to take the brunt of the snowfall , but Toronto ’s forecast for Saturday will see

Another 5 to 10 cm of snow is expected to fall over the course of Saturday.

Another special weather statement for Toronto promises 5 cm to 10 cm of snow over the course of Saturday. © Randy Risling Another special weather statement for Toronto promises 5 cm to 10 cm of snow over the course of Saturday.

Toronto will see another winter top-up over the weekend.

Between 5 cm and 10 cm of snow is expected to fall across southern Ontario and the Golden Horseshoe by Saturday’s end, according to a special weather statement from Environment Canada.

The Niagara region is to take the brunt of the snowfall, but Toronto’s forecast for Saturday will see snow starting in the morning along with a 60 per cent chance of flurries or freezing drizzle and a daytime high of -2 C.

Sunday’s high is expected to be -3 C. Environment Canada’s forecast said Toronto could also see between 2 cm to 4 cm of snow and ice pellets, along with freezing rain.

Icky snow (or rain, or sleet, or frogs) aside, next week is looking to be somewhat milder – at least during the day. Expect some sun Monday and Tuesday, with a high of -2 C and -1 C respectively, and only a chance of flurries.

Snow causes weekend driving havoc on Coquihalla and Okanagan Connector .
Snow is making travel very difficult on Hwy. 97C — otherwise known as the Okanagan Connector — after heavy snowfall blanketed the route from Merritt to Peachland on Saturday night. The highway was closed to eastbound traffic four kilometres west of the Pennask summit for about two hours Sunday afternoon after a multi-vehicle collision around […]Snow is making travel very difficult on Hwy. 97C — otherwise known as the Okanagan Connector — after heavy snowfall blanketed the route from Merritt to Peachland on Saturday night.

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