The worst of the snow is over according to Environment Canada.
Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says the GTA got between 4-8 cm of snow this morning depending on where you are.
The snowfall caused problems and delays for the morning commute and it may continue for the drive home.
Toronto Police said they responded to 68 crashes on Toronto roads this morning with 12 causing injuries while York Police said they responded to 50 collisions that resulted in injuries or significant damage to vehicles.
We’re expected to get another 2cm this afternoon but areas to the east like Oshawa and Cobourg could see more than that as a system moves in from the Niagara area.
The heavy snowfall has come to an end but strong gusts could see blowing snow cause problems with visibility for drivers.
Police are reminding drivers to slow down and adjust their speed to suit the road conditions.
Tonight it will be mainly cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of flurries and another 1-2 cm of snow. The overnight low drops to -10 C with wing gusting from 40-70 km/h.
Tomorrow will see a 60 per cent chance of flurries and blowing snow with a high of -5 C.
The rest of the week will see more flurries but no significant accumulation until Friday when a system moves in from the American midwest. It is expected to start as a messy mix of snow and rain Friday afternoon.
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