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Environment Canada ends special weather statement for Toronto & GTA
The revised forecast calls for 2 cm of snowfall
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This could slow you down a little on Thursday morning, but a major snowfall event is not in the cards anymore.  

Environment Canada has revised their forecast for Toronto and the GTA and has ended the special weather statement that was in effect.
That's also the case for Pickering, Oshawa and Southern Durham Region.

The latest forecast for Toronto and the GTA calls for 2 centimetres of flurries Thursday morning.

It could be a different story for other areas. Northern Niagara and eastern portions of Hamilton could still receive between 5 and 10 centimetres and visibility may be poor at times.

The weather agency says if the snow band remains stationary for a long time, 15 cm of snow will be possible and snow squall warning could be issued for those areas.

There is still some uncertainty regarding which shoreline areas that may be impacted.

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This could slow you down a little on Thursday morning, but a major snowfall event is not in the cards anymore.  

Environment Canada has revised their forecast for Toronto and the GTA and has ended the special weather statement that was in effect.
That's also the case for Pickering, Oshawa and Southern Durham Region.

The latest forecast for Toronto and the GTA calls for 2 centimetres of flurries Thursday morning.

It could be a different story for other areas. Northern Niagara and eastern portions of Hamilton could still receive between 5 and 10 centimetres and visibility may be poor at times.

The weather agency says if the snow band remains stationary for a long time, 15 cm of snow will be possible and snow squall warning could be issued for those areas.

There is still some uncertainty regarding which shoreline areas that may be impacted.

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