TORONTO – Toronto and the remainder of the GTA are under a colder time of year climate tourism warning as another round of snow is required to cover the region Monday.
In its warning gave Sunday evening, Environment Canada said a band of snow will get across the zone late Sunday night through Monday morning.
“The snow will turn out to be substantial on occasion Monday morning and will probably bring about helpless visibilities in hefty day off,” warning said.
Snow could blended in with times of downpour late toward the beginning of the day. The region could see between five to 10 centimeters of snow when it tightens Monday evening.
Environment Canada said Monday’s regularly scheduled drive will be affected, encouraging drivers to practice alert and plan ahead.
The high on Monday is 5 C, and the low will be – 1 C with a breeze chill of – 7 short-term. It will be overcast with a 60 percent possibility of whirlwinds on Tuesday with a high of 5 C.
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News source: CTV News.