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Insane Snow Storm To Hit Toronto Tomorrow

There's a storm brewing.
Insane Snow Storm To Hit Toronto Tomorrow

The weather has been an absolute rollercoaster the last few weeks: from freaking -22 to +10 in the span of a week, the "fun" isn't over yet.

Winter is about to come on full throttle tomorrow, as the city is going to be hit with a snowstorm. Environment Canada has even issued a special weather statement yesterday, stating that a "major storm system" is expected to hit Wednesday and Thursday.

The worst part about this storm, is that it will consist of rain, snow and maybe even freezing rain and ice pellets, creating a slippery MESS.

That being said, check The Weather Network and Environment Canada to keep updated on the situation and stay safe out there when the storm does envelope Toronto.

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