Durham Region could be in for a messy mix of winter weather Monday.
Light snow, ice pellets, and freezing rain could all be part of the Monday afternoon commute, according to a special weather statement issued Sunday for most of the GTA.
“Periods of light snow at times mixed with ice pellets are expected to move into the area Monday afternoon and persist into the evening hours,” the statement said. “Some areas may see snowfall amounts of 2 cm by Monday evening.”
Motorists to use extra caution and said the active weather could cause problems for afternoon commuters. While a high of -2 C is expected, it could feel as cold as – 17 because of the wind chill.
Temperatures are expected to range anywhere between -12 C and 5 C for the rest of the week, with possible showers or flurries on Tuesday and Wednesday.