SNOWFALL WARNING CONTINUES FOR AREAS WEST OF TORONTO, 20 CMS FOR SOME AREAS

Feb 05, 2014

By Jane Brown

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It’s already a messy morning commute for drivers across southern Ontario.  Snow  that began last night over southwestern Ontario has spread across the Golden Horseshoe, and the north shore of Lake Ontario and into eastern Ontario.  Most areas from Windsor to Toronto to Kingston will likely have already received several centimetres of snow.  Total amounts of 10 to 15 centimetres are likely from Windsor to Toronto into eastern Ontario, while Hamilton and Niagara can expect up 20 centimetres.

If you have a flight scheduled out of Toronto’s Pearson or Billy Bishop Airports, you’re advised to check ahead.  There are some delays and cancellations.  Air Canada has also issued a travel alert for today.

GO Transit is asking customers to leave early because delays are expected.

Here are the school-related cancellations so far:

  • York Region: All school buses to public and Catholic schools are cancelled.
  • Peel District School Board: All buses in Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga are cancelled.
  • Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board: All buses are cancelled; Technological Studies Health and Safety Training for Cosmetology Teachers at St. Joseph SS is cancelled.
  • Halton public and Catholic schools: Student transportation cancelled.
  • Durham Region: Student transportation is cancelled north of Highway 7 for public and Catholic schools.
  • Wellington-Dufferin Student Transportation Services: All buses cancelled for schools in Dufferin County (Division 4, Green Card); East Garafraxa Public School, Laurelwoods Elementary School and Primrose Public School are closed.
  • Oxford, Elgin and Middlesex county school buses are cancelled.
  • Chatham-Kent
  • Sarnia-Lambton
  • All buses serving Essex County and Windsor

 

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