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Toronto's Getting Hit With Another Storm Today & Up To 20 Cm Is Expected

Winter weather advisories are now in effect in the GTA.

More snow is on its way as another winter storm in Toronto closes in on Thursday. 

According to The Weather Network, southern and southwestern Ontario will get anywhere from five to 10 centimetres of snow today, and even more in some parts of the GTA.

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20 cm Maximum snowfall forecasted for the GTA

According to Environment Canada's advisory, the storm will impact travel conditions in downtown Toronto, southern Etobicoke, Mississauga, Milton, and Oakville.

The warning predicts that up to 15 centimetres of snow will fall in these areas by Friday morning, with the heaviest snowfall expected in the evening.

Drivers are being warned of snow squalls and rapidly changing conditions, particularly on highways like the 403, 407, 427, QEW, and Gardiner Expressway.

This storm comes just days after heavy snowfall blanketed much of southern Ontario.

"With a few fresh centimetres, this additional snow will only compound the lingering complications from that first storm," says Weather Network meteorologist Michael Carter.

Looks like we're finally getting that winter weather that evaded us for the first half of the season.

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The Weather Network predicts that Ontario's weather will blast the province with some snow from Thursday into Sunday, with some areas getting up to 15 centimetres on the weekend.

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