According to OPP, there were 221 accidents on area highways yesterday when we got our first dump of snow, and now on Day 2, many kids woke up to a snow day in London & Surrounding area with several bus cancellations.
We still have a snow squall warning in effect for London, Parkhill, Eastern Middlesex County, Huron Country & Perth County. Snow Squall watches continue in other areas with almost zero visibility on certain routes. According to Environment Canada, we could still see up to 20cm total for today by the evening. AND…
Family Day weekend is expected to be the coldest of the season with the wind chill going down to minus 30.
If you want to call in accident or slow route, 519.643.9696 Drive safe!
Helping Others In Extreme Temperatures
If you can afford, the Salvation Army Centre of Hope at 281 Wellington Street is accepting donations for coats, hats boots and mittens.
You may also consider donating for Syrian refugees arriving to London. The Salam Community Donation Centre is typically open Saturday and Sunday 12-3, and weekdays 9am-12 noon. Last we heard, items they were after included Pots and pans, microwaves, undergarments for ladies, boys pajamas and clothing for ages 3-14.
London is on track to welcome 975 Syrian refugees to the city by the end of February.
Find more on the Salam Community Donation Centre Page