News Release
January 6, 2015

Toronto Public Health has been closely monitoring the evolving Environment Canada forecast for Toronto. The current forecast indicates that the criteria for a City of Toronto extreme cold weather alert will be in place tomorrow, January 7.  
Low temperatures are expected very early tomorrow morning, reaching -15 C by 9 a.m.  City of Toronto and community services which respond to extreme cold weather alerts will initiate services in time to support vulnerable individuals.
For more information on extreme cold weather alerts in the City of Toronto, please visit:
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Jennifer Veenboer
Toronto Public Health