Frigid End to February

Wind chill could hit -30 Friday morning

Lake Ontario
CTV News/Canadian Press

It's a cold start to the last day of February.

Toronto, the GTA, and areas from Waterloo to the Kawarthas and up to Barrie were under a wind chill warning with Environment Canada predicting the wind chill could hit -30 in some areas Friday morning.

The warning ended just after 7 a.m.

The weather agency says "anyone venturing outdoors, especially for an extended period, should dress accordingly with as little exposed skin as possible."

Temperatures should feel warmer later Friday morning (which would end the wind chill warning) but the high is expected to hit -10. Saturday's high will be close to zero.

Normal for this time of year is around zero.

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