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A white towel is placed over a downed powerline to alert passing vehicles after freezing rain in Toronto, Ontario December 22, 2013. Thousands of households are without power in the Greater Toronto area following an overnight ice storm. (HYUNGWON KANG/REUTERS)

A white towel is placed over a downed powerline to alert passing vehicles after freezing rain in Toronto, Ontario December 22, 2013. Thousands of households are without power in the Greater Toronto area following an overnight ice storm.

(HYUNGWON KANG/REUTERS)

Charting freezing rain totals across Ontario Add to ...

 

Freezing rain warnings are still in effect across parts of Eastern Ontario, according to Environment Canada. Hydro companies are advising it may take up to 72 hours before power is restored to some parts of Ontario. Trenton saw the biggest freezing rain totals, while Orillia was hit with only 3-4 millimetres.

Ontario freezing rain totals (millimetres)

As of 4 p.m. today

SOURCE: Environment Canada

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