The nasty ice and freezing rain will end by Noon Sunday with temperatures rising quickly.
A freezing rain warning is now in effect for the city, along with much of Wellington County and Waterloo Region, and could see as much as 25 mm of ice buildup by Sunday afternoon.
There you have it - the weekend weather forecast isn't pleasant, and you might want to prepare for the worst.
They say significant ice build is possible tomorrow and unsafe winter driving conditions are likely as untreated roads will become snow covered and slippery.
Be prepared for power outages due to strong winds and ice.
Freezing rain may become mixed with or turn over to ice pellets at times, with some areas receiving a few centimetres of the ice pellet mess.
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Roads may also become icy between Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, and flooding is also possible in some areas later in the day on Sunday. "It certainly has the potential to cause a significant impact for sure".
Cooler air moves in Sunday, and heavy icing (half an inch) is possible north of I-96 and some lighter icing may occur in Kent, Ottawa and Ionia counties. Travellers are being warned to check their flights online before heading out. By early Saturday afternoon, over 7,000 people were without power.
Meanwhile, various universities - including Ryerson, Waterloo, McMaster and Wilfrid Laurier - opted to delay weekend exams due to the weather.
The companies say that their first priorities are to respond to known incidents of downed power lines to make the situations safe.
Torontonians should be prepared to ensure that tomorrow morning could be slippery.