Snow is on its way, and Environment Canada has issued another special weather statement for Toronto ahead of the big snowfall.
Today’s statement increases snowfall expectations from yesterday, with Toronto now set to expect between 10 to 15 cm of snow on Wednesday.
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“A low pressure system from Midwestern States will bring snow into Southern Ontario Wednesday. Total snowfall amounts of 10 to 15 cm snow are possible with higher amount along the shores of Lake Erie and Ontario. Wednesday afternoon commute may be affected,” reads the statement by the weather agency.
While Tuesday sees a chance of flurries in the forecast, it will be cold, and the cold will continue through to Wednesday.
It will reach a high of -6°C this afternoon, but will feel more like -12°C with the windchill.
As for Wednesday, snow is expected to fall early in the morning and the windchill will make the day feel more like -16°C.
Keep the shovels out, and start salting those steps.