Toronto To Be Hit With Heavy Snowfall And Extreme Wind Chills During Christmas Week

Multiple significant lake-effect snow events are expected.

Toronto may just get the white Christmas it's been hoping for - while many forecasts predict 'dicey' conditions across Ontario, snowfall is still likely to be included in that mix. 

According to Accuweather, the heaviest snowfall is predicted to hit the city in the days immediately following Christmas. On December 26 and 27, lake-effect squalls will blanket the city, with as much as 16 cm of snow to fall throughout that period.

Extreme day time wind chills of -19 degrees C and  -18 degrees C are also expected for those days, respectively:

Tuesday, Dec. 26

Via accuweather

Wednesday, Dec. 27

Via accuweather

Make sure to bundle up and get your shovels ready - Christmas week is going to be hit with a classic Canadian winter!

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