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ICESTORM: Toronto, Southern Ontario pummeled with rain, snow, ice

Rain. Snow. Ice. Winter is back with a vengeance. A weather advisory has been put in place for Toronto and basically all of Southern Ontario.

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Barrett Wilson Montreal QC
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This weekend, winter is back with a vengeance. A weather advisory has been put in place for Toronto and basically all of Southern Ontario.

The icy effects are already being felt. Many have taken to Twitter to document their own frozen nightmares.

The Weather Network reports that thousands are already without power in the Kitchener area, and as the icestorm continues, it could get worse for many: “Strong winds through the late morning and afternoon will pose a risk to power lines for parts of the southwest that saw ice accumulation through the morning.”

CBC’s Natasha Fatah tweets, “Toronto friends, a weather advisory in place as Sunday is going to bring a lot of messy, wintry, rainy, freezy weather.

Check on your neighbours, the elderly, those with mobility issues, the homeless, be good to each other and stay warm.”

Good advice, indeed. The mixture of snow, rain and ice is expected to continue through until Monday morning in most of Southern Ontario.

Stay safe and warm, Ontario!

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