Happy Wednesday, Hamilton. Any morning where the temperatures are creeping up towards the freezing mark is fine by us, and that’s exactly where we are this morning.
Expect things to even (gasp) move above freezing today and later this week. Who knows – we might even see a spring someday.
No delays on GO Transit lines linked to Hamilton this morning. The OPP isn’t reporting any problems on highways around the city or heading towards Toronto, either.
Here are the accidents and slowdowns Hamilton police are reporting in the city:
- A vehicle collision at Bold Street and Caroline Street South, 8:16 a.m.
- A vehicle collision at Upper James and Stone Church Road East, 8:06 a.m.
- A vehicle collision at Main Street East and Emerald Street South, 7:50 a.m.
- A vehicle collision at Dundurn Street North and York Boulevard, 7:32 a.m.
- A vehicle collision at Highway 52 and Governors Road in Ancaster, 6:30 a.m.
Today’s high is 3 C. That’s right, plus three. After all the sub-zero temperatures we’ve been enduring, it feels practically balmy.
There’s a 30 per cent chance of flurries early this morning and a light wind coming out of the southwest.
Expect things to clear this evening and fog patches developing overnight with a low of – 5 C.
Environment Canada is forecasting temperatures above freezing and rain for the rest of the week and into Saturday before dipping back down on Sunday.
Lots of shots from last night’s Kanye West show in Hamilton floating around online today. This one comes courtesy of Taylor Ablett, a former CBC Hamilton intern.
At today’s general issues committee meeting at city hall, councillors will discuss a monthly police report, the current and future state of the city’s manufacturing sector, and the Ticats’ lease agreement.
For up to the minute updates from city hall, follow reporter Samantha Craggs on Twitter, and watch for updates later today on CBC Hamilton.
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