Toronto weather has been more than a little up and down lately.
Last week we climbed out of absolutely freezing temperatures to once again feel the plus side of 0°C, but sadly, the dream of warmer days was short-lived. By Friday, the city was once again under an extreme cold weather alert.
And now it looks like Monday is about to drop some serious snow on your weekday commute. Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for the City of Toronto as it expects total snowfall amounts of 10 to 15 cm are possible by Monday night.
According to the weather agency, this snow is associated with an Alberta Clipper tracking over Southern Ontario on Monday and a snowfall warning may also be issued if necessary.
Stay safe out there, Toronto. The last time this much snow fell more than 300 collisions occurred across the GTA in just 24 hours.