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    It has only been two weeks since Toronto was hit with a blizzard, and now southern Ontario is expecting another winter storm. Environment Canada issued a winter weather travel advisory for Toronto ahead of a storm that will hit Thursday morning. The weather agency said Toronto will get up to 10 to 20 centimeters of snow. 

    This afternoon will consist of rain showers that will transition to snowfall that will continue through the overnight hours. The agency said the weather will bring “hazardous conditions” for drivers on both Wednesday and Thursday. The TTC has suspended services throughout the day on Wednesday due to inclement weather.

    The city has paused snow removal efforts that have been operating since the January 17 storm. They want to ensure that resources can be focused on clearing roads and sidewalks. The City of Toronto specifically said they have 600 snow plows, 200 salt tracks and 350 sidewalk plows will be available.

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