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Winter howls back into GTA

<p>Strong winds blew through the GTA yesterday, with icy temperatures banishing from memory the warmer weather earlier this week. And the Arctic weather isn’t over.</p>




Tara Walton/Torstar News Service


Kristiana Dorbokas tries to shelter her face from the wind yesterday while walking along King Street West. Yesterday’s wind chill made the temperature feel like –20 C to –25 C. Forecasters are calling for a winter storm tomorrow with at least 10 centimetres of snow around the GTA.



Strong winds blew through the GTA yesterday, with icy temperatures banishing from memory the warmer weather earlier this week. And the Arctic weather isn’t over.



Environment Canada says a snowstorm will hit Toronto tomorrow, bringing at least 10 centimetres of snow in and around the GTA.



Yesterday’s windy conditions, with temperatures as low as –9 C — between –20C and –25C with the wind chill — triggered some early-morning havoc on the roads.



A broken window at a Toronto office tower caused a brief traffic shutdown near Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue. And Carlton Street was closed early in the morning because of falling debris from a construction site.



 
 
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