In a statement recently released by Environment Canada, a special warning has been issued for Windsor & Essex county, with windchill temperatures set to be as low as -35 degrees Celcius by Tuesday morning.
It’s expected that Windsor residents will receive between two to four centimetres of snow by Sunday, which is forecast to be supported by strong, gusty winds from the southwest peaking at approximately 70 km/h.
At the law offices of Greg Monforton & Partners, our Windsor injury lawyers and support staff urge all Windor & Essex county residents to exercise extreme caution during this time and if possible, to avoid being on the roads during this time. Black ice and other unexpected driving obstacles can significantly increase the chances of a serious auto accident while the frigid temperatures also make it difficult for vehicles components to perform as expected.
Stay warm, stay off the roads and stay tuned!