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Brace for another day of extreme cold, Toronto residents warned

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a traffic light on a city street: An extreme cold warning remains in place in Toronto a day after a winter storm dumped snow on the city, leaving roads slippery and hard to navigate. © Salma Ibrahim/CBC An extreme cold warning remains in place in Toronto a day after a winter storm dumped snow on the city, leaving roads slippery and hard to navigate.

An extreme cold warning remains in place in Toronto a day after a winter storm dumped snow on the city, leaving roads slippery and hard to navigate.

Environment Canada says windchill values are going to make the temperature feel as though it's nearly – 30 on Sunday morning.

A bitterly cold Arctic airmass is expected to stick around for the rest of the weekend with no relief in sight until Tuesday, the federal weather agency says.

The airmass means Toronto residents can expect windchill values of minus 30 later on Monday after winds die down, but temperatures of minus 20 C or colder on Monday night.

A milder air mass is forecast to arrive in Toronto on Tuesday, bringing a high temperature of – 5.

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