It's the kind of & # 39; cold it takes your breath & # 39; away and leave tears in & # 39; eye.
The GTA, including Toronto, remains & # 39; under extreme cold warning in most of the winter season cold morning the & # 39; now.
680 NEWS meteorological Jill Taylor said the windchill was almost -35 Monday morning. She said that exposed skin can & # 39; freezes at least 10 minutes.
"Period & # 39; cooling of very cold wind is expected," said Environment Canada in its extreme cold warning, adding that the windchill values & # 39; -30 to -38 will continue this morning.
The national weather agency said the wind will revolve around values of -30 & # 39; in the afternoon when the wind facilitate.
Although it will be more sunshine on Monday with & # 39; high & # 39; -11 C, Taylor said the windchill will be close to -21 afternoon. Today the temperature drop to -18 C overnight b & # 39; & # windchill of 39; -27.
The record low for this date is -25.6 C, which was established in 1970. Taylor does not think that the GTA will break the temperature record, but said he "definitely the coldest wind witnessed the & # 39; now."
F & # 39; Toronto, the extreme cold weather alert city continues to Toronto. During the alert, the city operates several services to help the homeless and other vulnerable residents inside, including more awareness for the night and center & # 39; & # 39 in heating, Metro Hall. The heating center is open until 7 pm the day you leave and remain alert & # 39; open noon the next day.
Some of our equipment has been affected by extremely cold temperatures. We thank you for your patience and understanding any delays to your travel. We are working for you in your destinations b & # 39; safely and quickly as possible & # 39; is the weather.
– TTC Service Alerts (@TTCnotices) 21 & # 39, January, 2019
Environment Canada said that temperatures will not be cold on Tuesday as the moving of the air mass "more flexible".
Taylor said he would be more turbid on the Tuesday close mouthed about -5 C 3-5 inches of snow overnight.