Snow Clearing Updates – Jan 18, 2016 – 11:30 am

Forecast as of 11:30 am:
For today, there will be a strong west-northwest wind ushering in flurries all the way from Lake Huron at times. Right now models are suggesting snowfall amounts of a trace to 1 cm in Toronto to 1000 this morning with scattered flurries thereafter with the heaviest flurries to the west. Then from 2000 Monday to midnight, another chance of heavy flurries perhaps resulting near 1cm. Just scattered flurries is forecast at this point in the overnight Monday. Even though the models are painting a better picture, due to the very precise wind direction required for this. A miniscule error in the models at this time will produce largely different results through to midnight Monday. For Tuesday, we are looking at variably cloudy skies with just the risk of a flurry. Wind gusts of 40-55 km/h is likely through Monday afternoon then again for Tuesday.

Total Accumulation: .2-3 cm

Summary of Winter Maintenance Activities
As of 11:30 am on Thursday January 18, 2016

Arterial Roads
• Salters deployed 7:40am est completion approx 9:40am

Collector Roads
• Salters deployed 8:40am est completion approx 12:30pm

Local Roads
No Activity

Laneways
Salters deployed 11:00am est completion approx 9:00pm

Humber Bay Waterfront Trail
• Salters deployed 7:40am est completion approx 8:40am

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