Toronto freezing fog advisory this morning, prompting an advisory from Environment Canada. As dense fog covers parts of the GTA, drivers are urged to exercise caution. The reduced visibility is expected to make travel hazardous, with the potential for black ice formation.
- Dense, patchy fog advisory issued for GTA.
- Reduced visibility may lead to hazardous driving conditions.
- Possible black ice formation due to freezing temperatures.
- Drivers should reduce speed and be prepared to stop.
- Fog expected to clear later in the morning.
Toronto freezing fog advisory RaisesTravel Concerns
With the announcement that Toronto freezing fog advisory, visibility on roads has significantly dropped in some areas. This has raised concerns for morning commuters. Environment Canada has emphasized the importance of maintaining a safe distance from other vehicles and being ready to stop abruptly if necessary.
Expectations for Weather Improvement Later Today
Despite the challenging conditions, the fog is expected to dissipate as the day progresses. Toronto could see freezing fog lift to reveal a sunny day with temperatures reaching up to 7 degrees Celsius. The improved weather conditions are anticipated to ease the morning’s travel difficulties.
|Caution on roads
|High of 7 C
|60% chance of showers
|Monitor for updates
|High of 12 C
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Toronto freezing fog advisory clear up later today, following a morning that required drivers to navigate with extreme caution. The fog is set to give way to a sunny day, with a slight chance of showers by nightfall. Motorists are reminded to stay alert and drive safely as conditions improve.