February 10, 2010 — There wasn't as much snow today as anticipated, but it was enough to cause some travel chaos in southern Ontario.
Most of the snow in southern Ontario has slowed to a few flurries now.
Snowplow and salting crews were busy early this morning clearing the major roads.
Some drivers however, were stuck commuting during the brunt of the storm.
Strong winds on the Burlington Skyway Bridge caused a few problems last night. One car slammed into a nearby truck.
Police were also busy early this morning dealing with issues on the Niagara bound QEW.
A truck completely jack knifed after travelling too fast in the wintry conditions.
Most conditions have improved on the roads throughout the day, but police are still warning drivers to take their time.
Meanwhile, school buses weren't running today in communities that got blanketed with heavy snow.
Bus service was cancelled in Windsor-Essex, Sarnia-Lampton and Chatham-Kent regions.
A snow emergency still remains in place for Chatham. Cars are banned from parking on city streets until Friday night.