Torontonians warned to 'dress in layers' as wind-chill values fall to nearly –30

Torontonians warned to 'dress in layers' as wind-chill values fall to nearly –30

Torontonians warned to 'dress in layers' as wind-chill values fall to nearly –30 Watch for cold-related symptoms such as shortness of breath, Environment Canada warns Torontonians are being warned to bundle up, with temperatures plunging Friday night and an extreme cold weather alert issued for the city. The city reached its Friday high of –2 C in the early morning but by the evening temperatures had fallen to –15 C, and it feels a lot colder with the wind chill. "After temperatures rapidly fall through the day today, wind chill values near –30 are forecast to develop overnight," Environment Canada said in a statement. "A reprieve from extreme cold conditions is expected to begin Saturday morning." The federal weather agency is reminding people that extreme cold puts everyone at risk. …
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