Get your shovels out again: winter travel advisory in effect for Toronto

Toronto is getting another taste of winter-like weather Wednesday, with snowfall expected most of the day.Environment Canada has issued a weather travel advisory, which remains in effect into Wednesday morning. As of 6 a.m., around 1 cm of snow had fallen, however the city is expected to see up between 4 and 8 cm by noon.Environment Canada says morning commutes may be impacted, with slippery road conditions and low visibility.All non-essential travel should be postponed until weather conditions improve. Early morning temperatures will be a lot colder than normal; it’s expected to be - 1C with a wind chill of -7C. Temperatures will rise as the day goes on. Wednesday will see a high of 5 C by the evening. We'll see springtime temperatures by the time the weekend comes. Friday is expected reach a high of 15 C with sunshine. Expects periods of rain on Saturday, but the sun is back Sunday, with temperatures hitting 10 C. Breanna Xavier-Carter is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star's radio room in Toronto. Reach her via email: bxavier@thestar.ca

Get your shovels out again: winter travel advisory in effect for Toronto

Toronto is getting another taste of winter-like weather Wednesday, with snowfall expected most of the day.

Environment Canada has issued a weather travel advisory, which remains in effect into Wednesday morning.

As of 6 a.m., around 1 cm of snow had fallen, however the city is expected to see up between 4 and 8 cm by noon.

Environment Canada says morning commutes may be impacted, with slippery road conditions and low visibility.

All non-essential travel should be postponed until weather conditions improve.

Early morning temperatures will be a lot colder than normal; it’s expected to be - 1C with a wind chill of -7C.

Temperatures will rise as the day goes on. Wednesday will see a high of 5 C by the evening.

We'll see springtime temperatures by the time the weekend comes. Friday is expected reach a high of 15 C with sunshine.

Expects periods of rain on Saturday, but the sun is back Sunday, with temperatures hitting 10 C.

Breanna Xavier-Carter is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star's radio room in Toronto. Reach her via email: bxavier@thestar.ca

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