This storm is expected to hit most of Southern Ontario on Tuesday as a low-pressure system moves into Ontario in the morning. Environment Canada warns that the snow is expected to arrive on Tuesday morning and can track in 15 cm of snow and ice rain combined.
The snow is expected to change into ice pellets and freezing rain for a few hours in the afternoon before changing back into snow as the colder air arrived during the evening. The snowfall is expected to be a quick but brutal one, ending Wednesday morning.
This isn't the only storm that Toronto may be getting this week. The Weather Network states that Toronto has an 80% chance of another storm on Friday as well. This storm on Friday can bring 1-3 cm of snow throughout the GTA and 5-10 mm of rain.
Toronto and Peel recently issued Section 22 Orders that requires businesses with five or more COVID-19 cases among staff to close for a duration of ten days, if those cases span over the course of two weeks and may have been reasonably acquired in the workplace — however, some critical businesses are exempt from these closures.
None of these hotels have had to undergo full closures, despite the Crowne Plaza recording 13 cases, as officials claim the hotels are providing an essential service, according to reports by City News.
Presented by The Concierge Club, the evening events will feature the renowned theatre company The 7 Fingers, and you can expect to see spectacular acrobatic performances in a physically distanced setting.
The show hopes to open for live audiences and will have safety protocols such as mandatory face coverings, screenings, and private platforms for audience members to sit at with up to five members of their household.
The show could also take place as a drive-in event if restrictions do not allow for the planned opening.
Early bird tickets are already on sale, and guests must book a minimum of four spots for each platform.
Price: $65 + regular admission per person
When: Thursdays - Sundays, July 1 - August 1, 2021
Address: 10801 McCowan Rd., Markham, ON
Why You Need To Go: Enjoy an outdoor performance in a unique, distanced setting this summer.