For the second time this month, Greater Sudbury has been hit with a winter storm warning. A record-breaking 29 cm of snow fell on the city less than two weeks ago.
Today, Greater Sudbury woke up to a blanket of ice after freezing rain moved through the region Sunday through to this morning.
Conditions will slowly improve later today as the temperature edges to just above freezing. Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots will become icy, slippery and hazardous.
Police are advising the public to drive with caution today. "Roads are slippery and snow covered from the freezing rain and snow."
Despite the weather, classes and exams at Collège Boréal, Cambrian College and Laurentian University will proceed as planned.
City buses are also running.
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- Small Things CATS Adoption Center will be closed on Monday April 16, planned to reopen on Tuesday.
- Tonight's Operations and Community Services committee meetings at Tom Davies Square have been moved to May 14.