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Major winter storm headed for Ontario could mean messy commute on Tuesday

Toronto could see more winter weather as colder temperatures and flurries are expected for much of this week.

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"Winter has been slow to arrive but it will come," said Peter Kimbell, Environment and Climate Change Canada's Warning Preparedness Meteorologist. 

After a shockingly warm December, Toronto may finally see significant winter weather as parts of Ontario are under a winter storm watch.

Environment Canada says snow associated with a "major" winter storm is forecast to arrive Tuesday and continue into Wednesday morning, as it placed parts of central and eastern Ontario under a storm watch.

Fatima Raza

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