Many roads in the Greater Toronto Area are still icy and snowy.
Environment Canada reminds motorists to be careful
when driving to work on Monday (2nd) morning,
because roads are still very “dangerous”.
The Ontario Police said that in the past 24 hours,
more than 500 traffic accidents have occurred in the hour.
According to the Ministry of the Environment,
from now until about 9 am,
it is expected that there will be about 5 cm of snow,
and then the snowfall will decrease.
There will be sunshine and occasionally clouds in the afternoon.
Due to poor road conditions,
the Ontario Police also reminded motorists to be careful,
pointing out that many roads in the province are still covered with snow,
especially those entering and exiting highways.
The provincial police said that
over the past 24 hours at about 7 am on Monday,
more than 500 traffic accidents have occurred,
and dozens of traffic accidents have also occurred
in the early morning to early morning on Monday.
The provincial police are also processing.
Provincial police pointed out that
the overall traffic is very slow,
and congestion has occurred in some sections.
Provincial police urge drivers to clear snow
and icing from their bodies before driving,
as it will affect other drivers.