Toronto is in for more snowy weather following a week of frigid temperatures across the region, with up to 10 cm expected early this week.
According to The Weather Network, a disturbance pushing into Ontario will bring several rounds of winter weather to start the week, likely impacting commute times through Tuesday.
Monday may see up to 5 cm of snow accumulating throughout the day, but the second and stronger round is forecasted for Tuesday, with an “organized system” dumping bands of snow from Sarna to the west end of the GTA.
Regions west of Toronto could see up to 15 cm throughout the day Tuesday, and due to the milder temperatures, there is a chance for ice and slippery roads affecting driving conditions.
Luckily, things will warm up with the arrival of southerly winds by the end of the week, reaching up to daytime highs of 5 C by Thursday and Friday accompanied with rain.
If you plan to travel around the city tonight and tomorrow, give yourself extra time and plan accordingly!