Hopefully the nasty weather throughout the GTA didn't put a damper on your weekend plans. Various parts of the region saw alternating snow and freezing drizzle Sunday. City crews are still out clearing side streets and remaining sidewalks, though major routes and arterial roads are all clear.
On Sunday afternoon, Toronto's medical officer of health issued another cold weather alert for the city that will remain in place indefinitely. Temperatures will hover around -13 C for most of the morning, but with wind chill it will feel as cold as -21. A high of -6 C is expected on the day, so bundle up.
Temperatures will drop considerably later in the week, with lows of -19 C and -22 C expected on Thursday and Friday. The GTA could see some light flurries begin tonight and overnight, though the sun should have a cameo appearance throughout much of Tuesday.
You can read the full Toronto forecast here.
Considering driving conditions recently in the GTA, this morning's commute has been fairly standard. Roads are slushy and CBC's traffic expert Laurie Turcotte recommends double-checking your windshield washer fluid levels before hitting the road.
The eastbound and westbound lanes of Hwy. 401 are already filling up, as well as the eastbound Gardiner Expressway.
You can check out CBC's live GTA traffic map here.
Public transit is running well so far, with no major delays on the TTC, but there is a five to 10-minute delay on several GO Transit train routes. The 502 Downtowner and 503 Kingston streetcars will once again be replaced by buses this morning due to the cold.
You can find TTC service alerts here and GO Transit service updates here.
Toronto Pearson reported some delays and cancellations yesterday and overnight, though things are running more smoothly this morning, officials from the airport tweeted. Flights are also running as scheduled out of Billy Bishop downtown.
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