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Toronto could wake up under a blanket of snow on Thursday
Environment Canada has issued a 'special weather statement'...
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It won't be THIS bad....

Hope your shovel isn't frozen to the ground somewhere in your backyard.

You may need it.

Environment Canada has issued a 'special weather statement', which indicates forecasters are keeping an eye on a storm system forming over Lake Ontario.

It's that system that could potentially bring 5-10cms of snow for a broad area from Hamilton to Pickering.

But Maryeve Giguere from Environment Canada says if the squall stalls on a certain area, residents there could see more than 15cms easily.

That being said, it's still difficult to predict where the storm is going to hit overnight on Wednesday into Thursday morning.

But she did say the morning commute will likely be a slippery one.

What forecasters will be watching, is the wind. If it's strong enough it could blow the whole storm system apart.

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It won't be THIS bad....

Hope your shovel isn't frozen to the ground somewhere in your backyard.

You may need it.

Environment Canada has issued a 'special weather statement', which indicates forecasters are keeping an eye on a storm system forming over Lake Ontario.

It's that system that could potentially bring 5-10cms of snow for a broad area from Hamilton to Pickering.

But Maryeve Giguere from Environment Canada says if the squall stalls on a certain area, residents there could see more than 15cms easily.

That being said, it's still difficult to predict where the storm is going to hit overnight on Wednesday into Thursday morning.

But she did say the morning commute will likely be a slippery one.

What forecasters will be watching, is the wind. If it's strong enough it could blow the whole storm system apart.

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