Freezing Rain Warning in Effect for Parts of Halton
A freezing rain warning is still in effect for some parts of Halton.
Yesterday (April 4), Environment Canada issued a warning for Milton and Halton Hills. The warning noted that both towns could be hit with some freezing rain this morning (April 5).
However, the warning has not been lifted yet.
“In areas of higher terrain, freezing rain may continue into the early afternoon,” notes the Environment Canada website.
Environment Canada continues to explain that, “Ice accretion of up to two millimeters is possible with this event.”
As a result, ice build-up is likely on elevated surfaces and untreated surfaces may become icy.
Environment Canada is reminding people to exercise caution when walking or driving in impacted areas.
This weather warning is also in effect for Caledon.
The freezing rain warning has now ended. https://t.co/3MapDOqQlu— Halton Region (@RegionofHalton) April 5, 2019
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