As an active snow track continues to make its way across southern Ontario, Toronto is going to be hit with a few more blasts of snow by the end of the week.
According to The Weather Network, these blasts of snow will result in more difficult travel on Friday, only this time making a greater impact on the evening commute.
Leading up to Friday, the forecast is showing that a “small, but potent system” will track south of Ontario by Thursday evening, bringing a wide-spread snowfall of up to 5 to 10 cm.
Similar to Wednesday’s snowfall, the Niagara region will be affected the most, with the surrounding areas and into the GTA to be hit with passing flurries and a significant dusting of snow.
By Friday, the snow will begin during the morning commute across western and southern parts of the Golden Horseshoe and spread north and east during the mid to late morning hours.
The forecast is showing that snow will continue through the afternoon and into the evening, which will have a significant impact on the evening commute.
Most of the region is forecasted to see between 5 to 10 cm of snow on Friday, with the lowest totals for northern areas.
And the snow doesn’t end there.
Periods of snow are forecasted to track across the region on both Saturday and Sunday, which will be accompanied by freezing temperatures.
So make sure to bundle up and stay warm!