Toronto is on Tuesday for another blow of winter time.
Snow forecasts are 15 to 25 cm in snow and glacial beads – plus strong winds and possible ice rains.
How can a day be played:
Midnight until 7 am. – Peace before the storm
Maybe in the morning it will not look much.
The day will begin cloudy and cold – but do not be fooled. Snow comes.
Meanwhile, the winds will be collected at around 50 km / h, said Canada's Meteorologist, Ryan Rozinskis.
Can you work from home today? Environment Canada suggests a delay in travel that is not necessary – the roads will soon be covered with snow, from time to time almost without visibility.
Environment Canada has issued a warning about the winter storm for Toronto tomorrow. As always, check in the morning for the latest updates about possible cancellations, which will be posted by 6 am. pic.twitter.com/L735MTyd6h
Make sure your office or school is open. Centennial College has already announced the closure of all campuses for that day.
The snow should start at Hamilton and Kitchener about 6 hours.
8 hours – It starts
The snow will begin to fall about 8 o'clock in Toronto – and it will be hard on the start, Rozinskis said.
There will also be strong winds, up to 80 km / h, with the strongest rivers along the lakeshore.
This means that the morning sweep can be heavy.
"We know that the number of bands and collisions will increase," Sgt. Brett Moore with the Toronto police.
Slow down, he said on Twitter. And if you're in a bad accident, take the car off the road. The cops will be tied up and will not be able to quickly get all the crashes.
So far snow will be captured by the rest of the York and Durham regions.
The city of Toronto says it will be defrosting, sowing and plowing as needed during the storm. Here you can follow city snowploughs.
During the day there will be strong winds, and that will be "nasty," CBC Meteorologist Colette Kennedy said.
Snow, icebergs and ice rains will also affect AM and PM on Tuesday. Plan ahead. Our salt trucks will be pre-installed on their spare parts for faster response.
12 hours – Ice beads are coming
The lunch time can be a little painful.
Snow can cross icebergs at some point between noon and 15 o'clock, said Rozinskis, depending on where you are in the GTA.
This means less snow blowing, but road conditions will still be bad.
13 h – Possible power outages
Be prepared for everything on the day of the storm.
In case of power failure, Toronto Hydro says it will have additional crew on Tuesday.
In anticipation of possible tomorrow's winter storms, we are prepared to have additional crews in the event of a deadlock.
Learn how to prepare yourself and make sure you have an emergency key: pic.twitter.com/KBCsprzNkB
14:00 – Chance of Rain
There is also the possibility of freezing rain later in the afternoon, says Environmental Canada.
With glacial beads, ice rains could reach between 2 and 7 o'clock.
So far, the wind should be a bit weaker than Tuesday morning – but it will continue to be 60 km / h in the evening.
The areas further west and south of Toronto, such as Kitchener and Hamilton, will see longer periods of ice rains, said Rozinskis.
7 am. – Hello snow, my old friend
Ice balls will turn into snow again on Tuesday night.
That snow will last until Tuesday through Wednesday, gradually becomes easier, said Rozinskis.
10 o'clock in the evening. – It's not over until the end
Rozinskis warns of 5 to 10 cm of snow on Tuesday night, and the total number is up to 25 cm a day.
And holding a hat on winds about 60 km / h should last until evening and Wednesday.
This is not the day of Groundhog, but tomorrow's storm could cause such a feeling:
. Snow 15-25 cm
. Ice rain
Ets ice cubes
. Winds of 80 km / h
– blowing snow
Vis reduced visibility
Power may disconnect the power supply
Wednesday can be snow, but only up to 5 inches, Rozinskis said.
But the next day may still be tedious.
Rosemary recommends updating as the weather conditions change.