Toronto: Toronto and many part of southern Ontario have been warned of blizzards once again. The storm is likely to continuing to early Thursday morning.
According to the advisory issued by Environment Canada, there is a possibility of snow up to 15 to 20 centimeters during this period. Risk of freezing rain. Light ice accretion is possible and there is lisk of reduced visibility in heavy snow and local blowing snow.
According to Environment Canada, another light wintry mix of precipitation is possible Thursday afternoon into Thursday evening.
During this time, there may be an increase in spillage in highways, roads, walkways and parking lots. There is likely to be more disruptions due to snowfall even during traffic hours in urban areas.
Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots will become icy, slippery and hazardous, officials said.
A blizzard warning has also been issued in Peel, Durham, York and Halton. The agency said temperatures in Toronto are expected to hover at zero degrees Celsius on Thursday and it could feel as low as 10 degrees due to strong winds. The city has also ordered to keep all the warming centers open.