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Wind Chill Warning and Special Weather Statement Issued For Toronto
Toronto expecting overnight windchill of -31 Monday.
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Environment Canada issued a wind chill warning for the City of Toronto on Monday, with the overnight wind chill Monday night into Tuesday morning expected to hit -31.

The Environment Canada website stated that "Persons in or near this area should be on the lookout for adverse weather conditions and take necessary safety precautions."

A special weather statement was also issued for Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area warning of strong winds, blowing snow and poor visibility.

Blowing snow made for a messy morning commute Monday with some parts of the GTA receiving 10cm of snow. 

A snow squall warning was issued for Northern Durham and York Regions with strong westerly winds causing blowing snow.  Environment Canada warned of reduced visibility due to the poor travel conditions.

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Environment Canada issued a wind chill warning for the City of Toronto on Monday, with the overnight wind chill Monday night into Tuesday morning expected to hit -31.

The Environment Canada website stated that "Persons in or near this area should be on the lookout for adverse weather conditions and take necessary safety precautions."

A special weather statement was also issued for Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area warning of strong winds, blowing snow and poor visibility.

Blowing snow made for a messy morning commute Monday with some parts of the GTA receiving 10cm of snow. 

A snow squall warning was issued for Northern Durham and York Regions with strong westerly winds causing blowing snow.  Environment Canada warned of reduced visibility due to the poor travel conditions.

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