Special Weather Statement issued for Toronto for 3rd day in a row

Dec 12 2017, 1:44 pm

For the third day in a row Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for the City of Toronto.

After yesterday’s first significant snowfall of the season, even more snow is forecast to fall today. Commuting is expected to be greatly effected throughout both the city and the GTA.

Amounts between 8 and 10 cm of snow had been recorded as of 4 am Tuesday morning, with expectations of an additional 5 cm to continue to fall until tapering off later this afternoon.

There is no precipitation in the forecast for Wednesday, December 13.

Special Weather Statement

Snow continues this morning.

An Alberta Clipper continues to give snow to the area this morning. Snowfall amounts of 8 to 10 cm have been reported as of 4:00 AM. An additional 5 cm of snow is expected before the snow tapers off to flurries later this morning.

Poor winter driving conditions are likely. Untreated roads may become
snow covered and slippery. A significant impact to the morning commute is expected.

See also