Environment Canada warns of harsh winter weather in Toronto

Canada’s environment department has announced a travel warning for the City of Toronto, in the heat of harsh and worsening winter conditions.

The department released a weather forecast saying that heavy snowfall will begin on Monday and will continue till Sunday, accumulating up to 10 centimeters.

The advisory was announced on the Canadian government website at about 6:30 am today Monday, with the environment department advising motorists to beware of slippery roads and strong winds speeding close to 60 km/h, especially between Monday and Tuesday.

“Snow is expected to begin late this afternoon or early this evening and may be heavy at times this evening,” said the government website. “The snow may become mixed with ice pellets late this evening before tapering to light snow, drizzle or freezing drizzle by early Tuesday morning.

“Travel may be hazardous due to sudden changes in the weather,” the warning continued. “Prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions. Be prepared to adjust your driving to changing road conditions.

“Take extra care when walking or driving in affected areas,” the advisory added.

The department also urged the general public to continue keeping track of travel alerts and weather forecasts released by Environment Canada, especially during this winter period..

Umar Ali
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