Condition Canada says up to 10 cm of snow is normal around the Great Lakes. Toronto can expect 4-8 cm of the white stuff.
The temperature might rise, yet winter is still particularly in the estimate for southern Ontario.
While the cool front has finished — in any event until further notice — Environment Canada has issued an exceptional climate explanation.
Territories encompassing the Great Lakes can anticipate that up will 10 cm of snow Monday. Toronto will see lesser sums, likely 4-8 cm, Environment Canada says.
Starting at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Environment Canada meteorologist Geoff Coulson said they’d gauged 4 cm so far at Pearson airplane terminal, yet that “in various parts of the GTA, those sums could be somewhat more than what the air terminal’s seeing.”
He by and by watched more elevated amounts of snow in Mississauga:
“Toward the beginning of today there was most likely effectively five or six cms.”
A blend of rain and snow at Pearson and encompassing downtown territories could hold snow levels there down, Coulson said.
“For territories in the northern piece of the city, or parts of York and Durham locale, they could be taking a gander at another 4 cm before the snow at long last finishes later on this evening.”