Toronto Weather Will Impact Air Travel

Air Canada says severe weather continues to impact the airline.
Air Canada says severe weather continues to impact the airline.
Air Canada says severe weather continues to impact the airline.
Air Canada says severe weather continues to impact the airline.

Snowfall in Toronto will Impact Travel

THUNDER BAY – UPDATED – Travellers flying east today are likely to experience delays. Weather in the Greater Toronto area are likely to cause delays, or cancellations.  The weather system has Pearson International under wintery conditions.

The flight conditions have delays on Air Canada, Porter Air, and Westjet flights into Thunder Bay as of 10:30AM EST on December 10th. Keep fully up-to-date on the latest information on NNL Flight Tracking.

Air Canada and Air Canada Express advise that flights to, from or connecting through the airport(s) listed may be delayed or cancelled due to the event described.

West jet is advising all guests travelling to or from Toronto, Ottawa, Quebec City, and Montreal, on December 10 and 11, 2014 to check the  status of their flights prior to leaving for the airport.

WestJet (air only) guests who wish to make alternate flight arrangements may do so without penalty (based on availability) by calling 1-888-937-8538 (1-888-WESTJET).

Snow associated with a low pressure system over New England continues over Central Ontario and the Golden Horseshoe and will spread west to reach Southwestern Ontario this morning. General snowfall totals are expected to approach 10 cm over most of the area. However, higher totals of 10 to 15 cm will be likely over the Niagara Peninsula. In addition, gusty northerly winds accompanying the system could significantly reduce visibilities at times in falling and blowing snow. Motorists should be prepared for poor winter driving conditions.

Snowfall warnings remain in effect for regions near Georgian Bay to the Algonquin and North Bay areas.

The snow is forecast to taper off by midday over the Golden Horseshoe and this evening over central and Southwestern Ontario.

For the latest conditions visit Thunder Bay Flight Tracking.

Toronto Pearson International Winter

Additional updates will be posted as they are available.

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