Paramount Service teams within Burlington, Oakville, Milton and Waterdown are gearing up for another storm that is forecasted to begin around 8am on February 13, 2021.  These service areas are expected to receive another 20-25cm of snowfall during this weather system with areas closer to and above the 401 forecasted to receive less.  This system is forecasted to start in the morning and continue into the overnight hours of February 13, 2021.  All teams will be on standby until the decision is made to deploy.

**UPDATE – The snow began around 7am on February 13, 2021 in all regions.  As of 8am we have around 1 – 2cm of snowfall, the snow is forecasted to break for about an hour as of 10am.  The snow will begin back up around 11am, all teams remain on standby for the call out.  Once we have hit the 5cm threshold in all areas our teams will be called out for servicing which will be a full plow and salt service.  Please check back to this site for weather and service level updates.

**UPDATE – The service teams have been out throughout the morning of a February 13, 2021 checking sites.  As of 12pm most sites are snow covered with amounts around 10-12cm of snow within Burlington and Waterdown.  We are expecting more snow to fall within Burlington, Oakville and Waterdown throughout the day today.  At this time Milton has received a light dusting of snowfall.  Our teams are all on standby and ready for the call to deploy, we anticipate having the crews out within Burlington, Oakville and Waterdown later this afternoon to this evening once the bulk of the snow has come down.  Please check back to this site for service level updates.

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Snow Squall Watch

Issued at 21:19 Friday 12 February 2021

Snow squalls redeveloping Sunday.

After a dry night tonight, it is expected that snow squalls will redevelop and move back into the area early Saturday morning, potentially bringing another 20 cm or more of new snowfall.

Travel is expected to be difficult once again, particularly along portions of the QEW, with very heavy snow resulting in reduced visibilities at times.

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Visibility may be significantly and suddenly reduced to near zero. Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to [email protected] or tweet reports using #ONStorm.

Please check back to this site as well our 24 hour snowline at 905-332-2030 ext 2 as updates are made to both sites throughout any weather episode. For any questions or concerns regarding your properties please reach out to us via email as phones and voicemails are not monitored regularly. Please email [email protected] as this email is monitored throughout the winter.

Snow
TEMPERATURE -11℃
ON TIME

Paramount Service teams within Hamilton, Stoney Creek, and Grimsby and Brantford are gearing up for another storm that is forecasted to begin around 8am on February 13, 2021.  These service areas are expected to receive another 20-25cm of snowfall during this weather system with areas closer to and above the 401 forecasted to receive less.  This system is forecasted to start in the morning and continue into the overnight hours of February 13, 2021.  All teams will be on standby until the decision is made to deploy.  Once the call is made all teams will be performing a full plow service run followed by a salt service run.  Please check back to this site for service level updates throughout this weather episode.

**UPDATE – The snow began around 7am on February 13, 2021 in all regions.  As of 8am we have around 1 – 2cm of snowfall, the snow is forecasted to break for about an hour as of 10am.  The snow will begin back up around 11am, all teams remain on standby for the call out.  Once we have hit the 5cm threshold in all areas our teams will be called out for servicing which will be a full plow and salt service.  Please check back to this site for weather and service level updates.

**UPDATE – As of 2pm Hamilton, Stoney Creek, Grimsby and Brantford teams have been sent out to clear mains and lanes at properties on February 13, 2021.  These areas have received around 10-15cm of snow.  These service regions are now forecasted to see a fair amount more snow with it getting heavier during the afternoon.  Approximately 3cm an hour is forecasted until the early evening.  These teams will be back out after dinner to do another clearing and salt run. We will update this site with times for the second run when that happens.

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Snow Squall Watch

Issued at 21:19 Friday 12 February 2021

Snow squalls redeveloping Sunday.

After a dry night tonight, it is expected that snow squalls will redevelop and move back into the area early Saturday morning, potentially bringing another 20 cm or more of new snowfall.

Travel is expected to be difficult once again, particularly along portions of the QEW, with very heavy snow resulting in reduced visibilities at times.

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Visibility may be significantly and suddenly reduced to near zero. Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to [email protected] or tweet reports using #ONStorm.

Please check back to this site as well our 24 hour snowline at 905-332-2030 ext 2 as updates are made to both sites throughout any weather episode. For any questions or concerns regarding your properties please reach out to us via email as phones and voicemails are not monitored regularly. Please email [email protected] as this email is monitored throughout the winter.

Snow
TEMPERATURE -11℃
On Time

Paramount Service teams within Guelph, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge are gearing up for another storm that is forecasted to begin around 8am on February 13, 2021.  These service areas are expected to receive another 20-25cm of snowfall during this weather system with areas closer to and above the 401 forecasted to receive less.  This system is forecasted to start in the morning and continue into the overnight hours of February 13, 2021.  All teams will be on standby until the decision is made to deploy.  Once the call is made all teams will be performing a full plow service run followed by a salt service run.  Please check back to this site for service level updates throughout this weather episode.

** UPDATE- as of 12pm on February 13, 2021 these sites have not received any accumulation throughout.  All teams are continuing to monitor all sites and are on standby for servicing.  Please check back to this site for service level updates.

Please check back to this site as well our 24 hour snowline at 905-332-2030 ext 2 as updates are made to both sites throughout any weather episode. For any questions or concerns regarding your properties please reach out to us via email as phones and voicemails are not monitored regularly. Please email [email protected] as this email is monitored throughout the winter.

Partly Cloudy
TEMPERATURE -12℃
ON TIME

Paramount Service teams within Toronto, Scarborough and Markham are gearing up for another storm that is forecasted to begin around 8am on February 13, 2021.  These service areas are expected to receive another 20-25cm of snowfall during this weather system with areas closer to and above the 401 forecasted to receive less.  This system is forecasted to start in the morning and continue into the overnight hours of February 13, 2021.  All teams will be on standby until the decision is made to deploy.  Once the call is made all teams will be performing a full plow service run followed by a salt service run.  Please check back to this site for service level updates throughout this weather system.

** UPDATE- as of 12pm on February 13, 2021 these sites have not received any accumulation throughout.  All teams are continuing to monitor all sites and are on standby for servicing.  Please check back to this site for service level updates.

Please check back to this site as well our 24 hour snowline at 905-332-2030 ext 2 as updates are made to both sites throughout any weather episode. For any questions or concerns regarding your properties please reach out to us via email as phones and voicemails are not monitored regularly. Please email [email protected] as this email is monitored throughout the winter.

Partly Cloudy
TEMPERATURE -12℃
ON TIME
Paramount Service teams within Mississauga, Brampton and Georgetown are gearing up for another storm that is forecasted to begin around 8am on February 13, 2021.  These service areas are expected to receive another 20-25cm of snowfall during this weather system with areas closer to and above the 401 forecasted to receive less.  This system is forecasted to start in the morning and continue into the overnight hours of February 13, 2021.  All teams will be on standby until the decision is made to deploy.  Once the call is made all teams will be performing a full plow service run followed by a salt service run.  Please check back to this site for service level updates throughout this weather episode.
** UPDATE- as of 12pm on February 13, 2021 these sites have not received any accumulation throughout.  All teams are continuing to monitor all sites and are on standby for servicing.  Please check back to this site for service level updates.

Please check back to this site as well our 24 hour snowline at 905-332-2030 ext 2 as updates are made to both sites throughout any weather episode. For any questions or concerns regarding your properties please reach out to us via email as phones and voicemails are not monitored regularly. Please email [email protected] as this email is monitored throughout the winter.

Partly Cloudy
TEMPERATURE -12℃
ON TIME

Paramount Service teams within Oshawa and Ajax are gearing up for another storm that is forecasted to begin around 8am on February 13, 2021.  These service areas are expected to receive another 20-25cm of snowfall during this weather system with areas closer to and above the 401 forecasted to receive less.  This system is forecasted to start in the morning and continue into the overnight hours of February 13, 2021.  All teams will be on standby until the decision is made to deploy.  Once the call is made all teams will be performing a full plow service run followed by a salt service run.  Please check back to this site for service level updates throughout this weather episode.

** UPDATE- as of 12pm on February 13, 2021 these sites have not received any accumulation throughout.  All teams are continuing to monitor all sites and are on standby for servicing.  Please check back to this site for service level updates.

Please check back to this site as well our 24 hour snowline at 905-332-2030 ext 2 as updates are made to both sites throughout any weather episode. For any questions or concerns regarding your properties please reach out to us via email as phones and voicemails are not monitored regularly. Please email [email protected] as this email is monitored throughout the winter.

Overcast
TEMPERATURE -14℃
ON TIME