A windy weather statement in effect for Mississauga

Clay Curtis
November 16, 2020

Strong winds gusting up to 90 km/h are in the forecast for Sunday, prompting Environment Canada to issue a wind warning for Toronto.

The utility said early Monday morning that some 238,000 homes and businesses had yet to be reconnected after wind gusts topping 100 km/hour started lashing the province Sunday.

In its advisory, the national weather agency said a strengthening low-pressure system is expected to move across the region.

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The damaging winds were part of a cold front sweeping through southwestern Ontario.

Heavy rainfall is expected to begin Saturday night and carry through much of the day Sunday before transitioning into snow on Sunday evening.

They say power outages are possible as is damage to buildings, such as to roof shingles and windows. "The heaviest rain is expected along a stretch of highway 17 from Thessalon to Espanola". The chance of flurries increases late this evening and overnight, with a 70 per cent chance of flurries forecast for Tuesday.

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