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Special Weather StatementIssued at 11:11 Sunday 21 January 2018
Freezing rain now appears to be less significant for Monday.
A Colorado low is forecast to cross the lower Great Lakes for the start of the work week. Some inconsequential drizzle may be present during the Monday morning commute. A few areas north from the Oak Ridges Moraine into the Dundalk Highlands may also have patchy freezing drizzle.
Updated weather guidance suggests the freezing rain threat has lessened for Monday for the Greater Toronto Area. The colder air that was expected to seep back into Southern Ontario during the day Monday will likely remain farther east across Eastern Ontario. Temperatures will still be relatively close to the freezing mark, thus some patchy freezing rain is still likely Monday afternoon, especially north from the Oak Ridges Moraine into the Dundalk Highlands. The Greater Toronto Area should see mainly rain, except perhaps the northern suburbs where some patchy freezing rain may occur. The lack of Arctic air prior to the onset of precipitation will diminish the impact of slippery roads. Only a few regions may experience icy roads during the Monday evening commute.
Freezing rain warnings may be issued for some areas as the event approaches.
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