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    As the City of Toronto continues to clean up after last week’s storm, another five to ten centimetres of snow could fall on Monday. The winter weather advisory stated that snow is expected to begin in the afternoon and continue through the evening. The temperature is also forecasted to reach a high of -5 C but feels like -7 C with wind chill.

    Environment Canada said “Southwesterly winds over Lake Ontario are expected to enhance the snowfall rates, especially for areas closer to the lake shore,… Poor weather conditions may contribute to transportation delays. Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions.”

    Flurries are expected to begin around noon and continue until midnight. By nightfall, the temperature is forecasted to drop to about -13 C with wind chill. City officials said they have already begun salting and plowing in preparation for the snow coming today. Almost 55 centimetres of snow fell on the city on January 17.

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