ALERTS IN EFFECT

Winter Storm Warning

Issued at 15:13 Sunday 14 February 2021

Winter storm likely Monday into Tuesday giving 20 to 30 cm of snow.

Two rounds of precipitation are expected with this storm. The first one is expected to begin early Monday morning with 5 to 10 cm likely by afternoon.

The precipitation may diminish in intensity during the afternoon, but another round of even heavier snow is expected to move in Monday evening and persist until Tuesday morning. An additional 10 to 20 cm is likely. Northeast winds gusting to 60 km/h will result in very poor visibility in blowing snow.

Even higher amounts may be possible in some locations due to extra moisture coming off Lake Ontario. Locally higher amounts may also occur on the higher elevations of the escarpment.

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Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy 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.

Our teams will be monitoring this next round of snow that is forecasted to begin overnight and early morning hours of February 15, 2021.  Please check back to this site for service level updates and plan of attack for the next storm.

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.

Sunny
TEMPERATURE -9℃
ON TIME

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Winter Storm Warning

Issued at 15:13 Sunday 14 February 2021

Winter storm likely Monday into Tuesday giving 20 to 30 cm of snow.

Two rounds of precipitation are expected with this storm. The first one is expected to begin early Monday morning with 5 to 10 cm likely by afternoon.

The precipitation may diminish in intensity during the afternoon, but another round of even heavier snow is expected to move in Monday evening and persist until Tuesday morning. An additional 10 to 20 cm is likely. Northeast winds gusting to 60 km/h will result in very poor visibility in blowing snow.

Even higher amounts may be possible in some locations due to extra moisture coming off Lake Ontario. Locally higher amounts may also occur on the higher elevations of the escarpment.

###

Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy 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.

Our teams will be monitoring this next round of snow that is forecasted to begin overnight and early morning hours of February 15, 2021.  Please check back to this site for service level updates and plan of attack for the next storm.

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.

Sunny
TEMPERATURE -11℃
On Time

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Winter Storm Warning

Issued at 15:13 Sunday 14 February 2021

Winter storm likely Monday into Tuesday giving 20 to 30 cm of snow.

Two rounds of precipitation are expected with this storm. The first one is expected to begin early Monday morning with 5 to 10 cm likely by afternoon.

The precipitation may diminish in intensity during the afternoon, but another round of even heavier snow is expected to move in Monday evening and persist until Tuesday morning. An additional 10 to 20 cm is likely. Northeast winds gusting to 60 km/h will result in very poor visibility in blowing snow.

Even higher amounts may be possible in some locations due to extra moisture coming off Lake Ontario. Locally higher amounts may also occur on the higher elevations of the escarpment.

###

Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy 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.

Our teams will be monitoring this next round of snow that is forecasted to begin overnight and early morning hours of February 15, 2021.  Please check back to this site for service level updates and plan of attack for the next storm.

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.

Sunny
TEMPERATURE -12℃
ON TIME

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Winter Storm Warning

Issued at 15:13 Sunday 14 February 2021

Winter storm likely Monday into Tuesday giving 20 to 30 cm of snow.

Two rounds of precipitation are expected with this storm. The first one is expected to begin early Monday morning with 5 to 10 cm likely by afternoon.

The precipitation may diminish in intensity during the afternoon, but another round of even heavier snow is expected to move in Monday evening and persist until Tuesday morning. An additional 10 to 20 cm is likely. Northeast winds gusting to 60 km/h will result in very poor visibility in blowing snow.

Even higher amounts may be possible in some locations due to extra moisture coming off Lake Ontario. Locally higher amounts may also occur on the higher elevations of the escarpment.

###

Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy 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.

Our teams will be monitoring this next round of snow that is forecasted to begin overnight and early morning hours of February 15, 2021.  Please check back to this site for service level updates and plan of attack for the next storm.

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

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Winter Storm Warning

Issued at 15:13 Sunday 14 February 2021

Winter storm likely Monday into Tuesday giving 20 to 30 cm of snow.

Two rounds of precipitation are expected with this storm. The first one is expected to begin early Monday morning with 5 to 10 cm likely by afternoon.

The precipitation may diminish in intensity during the afternoon, but another round of even heavier snow is expected to move in Monday evening and persist until Tuesday morning. An additional 10 to 20 cm is likely. Northeast winds gusting to 60 km/h will result in very poor visibility in blowing snow.

Even higher amounts may be possible in some locations due to extra moisture coming off Lake Ontario. Locally higher amounts may also occur on the higher elevations of the escarpment.

###

Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy 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.

Our teams will be monitoring this next round of snow that is forecasted to begin overnight and early morning hours of February 15, 2021.  Please check back to this site for service level updates and plan of attack for the next storm.

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.

Light Snow
TEMPERATURE -12℃
ON TIME

ALERTS IN EFFECT

Winter Storm Warning

Issued at 15:13 Sunday 14 February 2021

Winter storm likely Monday into Tuesday giving 20 to 30 cm of snow.

Two rounds of precipitation are expected with this storm. The first one is expected to begin early Monday morning with 5 to 10 cm likely by afternoon.

The precipitation may diminish in intensity during the afternoon, but another round of even heavier snow is expected to move in Monday evening and persist until Tuesday morning. An additional 10 to 20 cm is likely. Northeast winds gusting to 60 km/h will result in very poor visibility in blowing snow.

Even higher amounts may be possible in some locations due to extra moisture coming off Lake Ontario. Locally higher amounts may also occur on the higher elevations of the escarpment.

###

Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy 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.

Our teams will be monitoring this next round of snow that is forecasted to begin overnight and early morning hours of February 15, 2021.  Please check back to this site for service level updates and plan of attack for the next storm.

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