Environment Canada has cancelled its snowfall warning for the Hamilton region, calling now for periods of wet snow through the day, but the warning remains in effect for areas to the north.
The weather agency says Hamilton can expect about 5 centimetres of snow through the day Wednesday, mixed with rain.
Tonight it is expecting up to 2 centimetres, with fog in some areas. Check the latest Hamilton forecast here.
Go Transit says its trains are running, but some lines are experiencing delays of up to 20 minutes due to signal problems. It says buses are running as usual. Check the latest Go updates here.
Hamilton-Wentworth Student Transportation Services had not reported any bus cancellations early Wednesday morning. Check the latest bus and school alerts here.
Hamilton Police do not have any collisions to report Wednesday morning, said Sgt. Debbie McGreal. All access roads are open. Roads are slushy, she said, and urges drivers to take it easy.
Hamilton City Hall said Wednesday morning that it has not issued any event cancellations and all city facilities and offices are open.
The Hamilton airport was listing most flights as being on time Wednesday morning.
Toronto's Pearson Airport says there have been several hundred flight delays and cancellations. It says people should check flight information before coming to the airport either by calling their airline directly or by checking for up to date flight information at the airport's website.
If you have any questions about winter maintenance in Hamilton you can call 905-546-CITY (2489) or e-mail: email@example.com
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