Thursday , June 17 2021

The snow is expected to end in Brampton on Sunday morning, but bitter cold up to half an hour: Surrounding Canada

In Canada, a special weather forecast and extreme cold rest for Brampton and many of South Ontario have been launched on Saturday.

According to the national agency, the amount of snow between 5-10 cm close to Lake Ontario is expected, with fewer amounts expected north of Highway 7. The snow is expected to be clear for Sunday morning.

"Much of South Ontario is on the north of a great winter storm to the south of the Great Lakes," Environment Canada said in & # 39; a special statement. "Blowing snow will also develop on some areas, so a time is expected to be visible."

The OPP and Peel Regional Police are warning roads of sharp roads and motorways across South Ontario with various colossals all around 4 p.m. reported. on Saturday.

"Winter rides for businesses over the winter weather #GTHA or smooth roads do not crash … bad driving in these conditions do. Turn up, drive it," tweets OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt.

The city of Brampton earlier on saturday that the plowing and salting of priorities was already over town. It is also rediscovered and residents of cars are starting to build up weightless roads up to 7.5 cm (3 inches) from & # 39; Collect a snow in one storm.

While the snow is expected to read on Sunday morning, an extreme cold is forecasted on saturday until at least Monday morning.

"An arctic air mass looks further to southern Ontario. Winery values ​​are expected to fall at less than 30 o'clock on Sunday morning. Wine supplies will remain near or under 30 as bitter cold north-easterly winds." gusts up to 60 km / h and locally up to 70 km / h, "reads the warning.

Wealthy values ​​are expected to fall by minus 35 or lower on Sunday afternoon with temperatures in the minus 20s, before a Monday emerges from extreme cold warning areas.

"Wealthy values ​​will be above the cautions of minus 30 later on Monday, but will still be forecast to be close to minus 25," Environment Canada warns.

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