Mother Nature just won’t give us a break.
Hamilton and the surrounding area is set to see another hefty pile of snowfall all through the day on Friday.
A weather advisory from Environment Canada warns that Hamilton will likely see anywhere from 10 to 15 centimetres of snow accumulate throughout Friday, with the potential for up to 20 centimetres over areas on higher terrain.
A significant #ONStorm will be impacting the region throughout the day. If your looking to brush up on those winter driving skills here's a little winter driving refresher from @SafeDriver to help you out 🌨️https://t.co/l9pByaUFXf #BeSafe #ArriveAlive pic.twitter.com/5t5FZS0YYq— Hamilton Paramedics (@HPS_Paramedics) March 10, 2023
The snow began Friday morning and is expected to taper off late into Friday evening, greatly impacting the evening commute and causing significant impact on rush hour traffic.
Drivers and pedestrians are advised to take greater caution if travelling outdoors, as the snow is likely to cause slippery conditions and low visibility.
See more on the Environment Canada website.
Jet hardy11.03.2023 3:56 pm
Thanks for your timely updates!