Currently in Toronto — February 24th, 2023

Variable cloudiness, cold and dry

The weather, currently.

We will close out the week on a calm note. This after a very active 30 hours. More than 30,000 customers were without power in SW Ontario due to the freezing rain.

Across the GTA it was mainly snow and ice pellets (as forecasted) with 17 cm being recorded at Pearson Airport. There is a risk of a few flurries tomorrow morning, but otherwise expect to see some sunny breaks. The wake-up temperature -9°C feeling like -18°C with the wind chill. We will see variable cloudiness throughout the day with a high of -5°C in the afternoon, still feeling like the minus mid-teens. The wind will be from the NW 20-40km.

Friday night: cloudy with breaks, and then clouds increasing by morning. The low -13°C, feeling like -18°C.
The seasonal norms are 1°C and -7°C.

Anwar Knight

What you need to know, currently.

The impacts of freezing rain in Norfolk County (SW ON) Image courtesy of David Piano@ONwxchaser
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