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'Extreme Cold Weather' Alert issued for Toronto
Temperatures could hit -24 C overnight, with the windchill
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The City of Toronto has issued an 'Extreme Cold Weather Alert'.  Sunday's overnight lows could reach -16 C (-24 with the windchill).

During such an alert, service providers focus on getting homeless people off the street.  More shelters spaces are opened up and warming centers are opened.  For instance, Metro Hall will open as a warming center on Sunday, starting at 3pm.

 

 



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The City of Toronto has issued an 'Extreme Cold Weather Alert'.  Sunday's overnight lows could reach -16 C (-24 with the windchill).

During such an alert, service providers focus on getting homeless people off the street.  More shelters spaces are opened up and warming centers are opened.  For instance, Metro Hall will open as a warming center on Sunday, starting at 3pm.

 

 



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