Video: Fallen trees close roads in Mississauga

Published December 3, 2022 at 3:38 pm

Trees down in Port Credit Mississauga

Unlike other areas, Mississauga has been spared from the power outages that have affected places like Hamilton, Milton and Halton Hills today (Dec. 3).

However, the high winds have caused damage in some areas.

This video shows the aftermath of strong wind gusts that toppled trees at Elmwood Ave. and Queen St. E. in Port Credit.

There were no injuries reported and no damage.

Still, the day isn’t quite over.

While there has been a mix of sun and cloud across the city for most of the day, tonight there is a 60 per cent chance of flurries, according to Environment Canada. Winds will continue to blow as it gets darker and travel 50 km/h with gusts of up to 80 km/h but will eventually slow to 20 km/h by nightfall. The temperature will be minus 5 Celsius but will feel colder.

On Sunday the weather again calls for a mix of sun and cloud with winds topping out at 50 km/h in the morning then diminishing throughout the day. The high will be plus 2 Celsius.


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