Multiple outages and traffic hazards are being reported due to the wind storm that hit the region this afternoon.
Police say their Communications Bureau has received reports of trees down across roadways at over 30 locations across Halton.
As a result, dozens of road closures in effect.
“If there isn’t a compelling reason to be driving right now, please don’t,” said police.
Additionally, various power outages are in effect. There is no estimated time for when power will return.
- All COVID-19 cases at Halton grocery stores for the week of November 23 to 29
- All COVID-19 cases in Halton schools for the week of November 23 to 28
- COVID-19 outbreak spreads at Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington, two deaths reported
— Town of Milton (@TownOfMiltonON) November 15, 2020
Some small outages have occurred due to today's strong winds. Keep up-to-date on the status of outages by accessing our outage map. Report outages at 1-877-310-4937. https://t.co/Ds2ERp6rw6
— Burlington Hydro (@BurlingtonHydro) November 15, 2020
— OakvilleHydro (@Oakvillehydro) November 15, 2020
— Halton Hills Hydro (@HHHydro) November 15, 2020