Toronto weather: Monday, Jan. 11, 2016

Weather forecast for Toronto on Monday, Jan. 11, 2016.

School buses have been cancelled in Dufferin County and parts of Durham Region

Mainly cloudy skies with a 60 per cent chance of flurries today and a high of -5 C. (CBC)

Good morning! Make sure to bundle up as you head out the door, the cold weather is back and it's brought flurries and high winds with it.

As of 7 a.m. it was -8 C in Toronto, but felt like -17 C with the windchill. Mainly cloudy skies are in the forecast for today with a 60 per cent chance of flurries and a high of -5 C.

Environment Canada has issued snow squall warnings some areas outside the city. Barrie, Peterborough, York, Durham are some of the regions under an alert this morning.

The active weather has also led to some school bus cancellations:

  • Dufferin County Division 2
  • Dufferin County Division 3
  • Dufferin County Division 4
  • Durham Zone 1, Brock township

The snowfall is supposed to stick around overnight in Toronto, two centimetres of accumulation are expected.

Messy winter storm yesterday

The Greater Toronto Area was slammed by an ugly mix of rain, snow, strong winds and freezing temperatures Sunday that caused chaos on the roads and scattered power outages. 

As the nearly 35 mm of heavy rain and rolling fog that hit in the morning turned to heavy snowfall and roaring winds of up to 85 km/h, Toronto police reported a flurry of weather-related collisions on city roads — including a six-vehicle crash near the intersection of McNicoll Avenue and McCowan Road and a TTC bus that slid off the road into a tree, injuring three.

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