TORONTO, Ont. – Southern Ontario — including Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area — is under a special weather statement issued by Environment Canada because an Arctic cold front is blasting its way into the province.
Lake-effect flurries could be an issue, which could lead to poor visibility for drivers.
The agency said most areas can expect only a coating of snow by Wednesday morning but strong winds will blow the snow, resulting in reduced visibility in southern Ontario and in parts of eastern Ontario close to Lake Ontario.
“Motorists are urged to exercise caution and be prepared for sudden hazardous driving conditions from blowing snow and brief bursts of heavier flurries,” the agency said.