Publicado: Mar, Febrero 12, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Toronto, much of southern Ontario under winter storm watch

Toronto, much of southern Ontario under winter storm watch

A quick moving system could bring a coating of snow and result in slippery conditions overnight Sunday into Monday morning before a bigger storm arrives on Tuesday. Overnight street outreach workers will also ramp up their efforts during the possibly unsafe conditions. Plan on a slow Tuesday morning and Tuesday afternoon commute. Lighter snow will continue overnight Monday into Tuesday, but the heaviest snow will continue to push toward Minnesota and Wisconsin by Tuesday afternoon. The transition from snow to icy mix may not happen until after 1 p.m. Tuesday - and I'm not entirely certain that this area of the state goes to all. We quickly jump into the mid-40s Thursday and near 50 by Friday as our next rain chance moves in heading into the weekend.

The second round of wintry weather will start Tuesday evening and last into early Wednesday morning.

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- Parts of central and southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin are under a Winter Weather Advisory through Sunday evening. For the winter so far, 64.2 inches have fallen, about 7 inches more than normal, according to Weather Service records. Hazardous travel expected during this time frame! Re-freeze will be a concern for your Wednesday morning travel plans. We are seeing different solutions to how this storm materializes. Snow will taper off to flurries on Wednesday. The most snow will likely fall towards the Iowa border in cities like Maryville and Rock Port.

The city's extreme cold weather alerts are issued when the temperature is forecast to reach -15 degrees C or colder, or when the wind chill is forecast to reach -20 or colder.

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