The Paramount Service teams within Burlington, Oakville, Milton and Waterdown started a pre-salt run as of 7pm on February 4, 2021.  All sites were salted to help combat any slippery areas that may arise due to the risk of freezing rain within these regions.  As of 12:30am the sites were starting to get very slick as the precipitation had started around 11pm on February 4, 2021.  There was an update for the weather alerts within these regions stating the following:

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Weather Advisory

Issued at 23:53 Thursday 04 February 2021

Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for tonight and early Friday morning.

Snow will continue to spread eastwards tonight and persist until early Friday morning. At any location, the heaviest snowfall is most likely for the first two or three hours after onset. Snow will then become mixed with or change over to rain overnight, especially near and south of Highway 401.

Total snowfall amounts by early Friday morning will be around 5 cm except closer to 2 cm near the Lake Ontario shore.

Untreated roads may suddenly become snow covered and slippery. Motorists should allow for extra time to reach their destination.

The Friday morning commute may be affected, especially in areas where precipitation falls as all 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.

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The Paramount Service teams within Burlington, Oakville, Milton and Waterdown started a pre-salt run as of 7pm on February 4, 2021.  All sites were salted to help combat any slippery areas that may arise due to the risk of freezing rain within these regions.  As of 12:30am the sites were starting to get very slick as the precipitation had started around 11pm on February 4, 2021.  There was an update for the weather alerts within these regions stating the following:

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Weather Advisory

Issued at 23:53 Thursday 04 February 2021

Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for tonight and early Friday morning.

Snow will continue to spread eastwards tonight and persist until early Friday morning. At any location, the heaviest snowfall is most likely for the first two or three hours after onset. Snow will then become mixed with or change over to rain overnight, especially near and south of Highway 401.

Total snowfall amounts by early Friday morning will be around 5 cm except closer to 2 cm near the Lake Ontario shore.

Untreated roads may suddenly become snow covered and slippery. Motorists should allow for extra time to reach their destination.

The Friday morning commute may be affected, especially in areas where precipitation falls as all 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.

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The Paramount Service teams within Guelph completed the pre-salt run as of 11pm on February 4, 2021.  Sites within Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge have been monitoring the system that is forecasted for these regions and will be completing a full plow and salt run.  Estimated start time for these areas will be 3:30am on February 5, 2021.   As of 12am on February 5th, 2021 we started receiving reports of areas getting very slick :

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Weather Advisory

Issued at 23:53 Thursday 04 February 2021

Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for tonight and early Friday morning.

Snow will continue to spread eastwards tonight and persist until early Friday morning. At any location, the heaviest snowfall is most likely for the first two or three hours after onset. Snow will then become mixed with or change over to rain overnight, especially near and south of Highway 401.

Total snowfall amounts by early Friday morning will be around 5 cm except closer to 2 cm near the Lake Ontario shore.

Untreated roads may suddenly become snow covered and slippery. Motorists should allow for extra time to reach their destination.

The Friday morning commute may be affected, especially in areas where precipitation falls as all 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.

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The Paramount Service teams within Toronto, Scarborough and Markham started a pre-salt run as of 7pm on February 4, 2021 and completed by 1:30am on February 5, 2021.  All sites were salted to help combat any slippery areas that may arise due to the risk of freezing rain within these regions.  As of 12:30am the some areas were starting to get very slick as the precipitation had started around 11pm on February 4, 2021.  There was an update for the weather alerts within these regions stating the following:

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Weather Advisory

Issued at 23:53 Thursday 04 February 2021

Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for tonight and early Friday morning.

Snow will continue to spread eastwards tonight and persist until early Friday morning. At any location, the heaviest snowfall is most likely for the first two or three hours after onset. Snow will then become mixed with or change over to rain overnight, especially near and south of Highway 401.

Total snowfall amounts by early Friday morning will be around 5 cm except closer to 2 cm near the Lake Ontario shore.

Untreated roads may suddenly become snow covered and slippery. Motorists should allow for extra time to reach their destination.

The Friday morning commute may be affected, especially in areas where precipitation falls as all 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 sn[email protected] as this email is monitored throughout the winter.

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The Paramount Service teams within Mississauga, Brampton and Georgetown started a pre-salt run as of 7pm on February 4, 2021 and were completed by 11pm on February 4, 2021.  All sites were salted to help combat any slippery areas that may arise due to the risk of freezing rain within these regions.  As of 12:30am the sites were starting to get very slick as the precipitation had started around 11pm on February 4, 2021.  There was an update for the weather alerts within these regions stating the following:

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Weather Advisory

Issued at 23:53 Thursday 04 February 2021

Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for tonight and early Friday morning.

Snow will continue to spread eastwards tonight and persist until early Friday morning. At any location, the heaviest snowfall is most likely for the first two or three hours after onset. Snow will then become mixed with or change over to rain overnight, especially near and south of Highway 401.

Total snowfall amounts by early Friday morning will be around 5 cm except closer to 2 cm near the Lake Ontario shore.

Untreated roads may suddenly become snow covered and slippery. Motorists should allow for extra time to reach their destination.

The Friday morning commute may be affected, especially in areas where precipitation falls as all 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.

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The Paramount Service teams within Oshawa and Ajax started a pre-salt run as of 7pm on February 4, 2021 and completed by 1am on February 5, 2021.  All sites were salted to help combat any slippery areas that may arise due to the risk of freezing rain within these regions.  As of 12:30am the sites were starting to get very slick as the precipitation had started around 11pm on February 4, 2021.  There was an update for the weather alerts within these regions stating the following:

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Weather Advisory

Issued at 23:53 Thursday 04 February 2021

Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for tonight and early Friday morning.

Snow will continue to spread eastwards tonight and persist until early Friday morning. At any location, the heaviest snowfall is most likely for the first two or three hours after onset. Snow will then become mixed with or change over to rain overnight, especially near and south of Highway 401.

Total snowfall amounts by early Friday morning will be around 5 cm except closer to 2 cm near the Lake Ontario shore.

Untreated roads may suddenly become snow covered and slippery. Motorists should allow for extra time to reach their destination.

The Friday morning commute may be affected, especially in areas where precipitation falls as all 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.

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