The weather in Ontario is becoming warmer and more erratic because of climate change. Urban areas such as Toronto get the brunt of the impact.
The biggest snowfall of the season struck Toronto on Tuesday night, blanketing the city in over 20 centimetres of snow, leaving buses rescheduled and flights cancelled.
A major winter storm is expected to hit the Greater Toronto Area, Southern Ontario and parts of Southern Quebec today, according to Environment Canada. Toronto is ready for it.
The City of Toronto is issuing a snowstorm alert for March 11, which could bring up to 15 cm of snow through the day.
This winter has been the coldest in Toronto since 2009, according to the City of Toronto’s website.