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Snow Plow Hotline
2021/ 2022 Winter Season

Official Snowfall Recordings by Husky Landscaping
Note:  (Dated in Chronological Order, starting with the most recent at the top.)

March 15th, 2022 - 4:20 p.m.:  We have been actively monitoring the storm and during the past hour, snowfall accumulations have passed our 5 centimeter threshold for plowing.  We are commencing the plowing of all residential routes shortly.  Please remain diligent while out on the roads and drive according to weather conditions.  Stay safe, They Husky Team.

March 15th, 2022 - 2:00 p.m.:  We are currently monitoring the current snowfall event.  We will make a decision as to whether or not accumulation meets the plowing threshold once the precipitation ends this evening.  We will update the Hotline by 7:30 p.m. Please stay safe if out on the roads today.

March 11th, 2022 - 10:30 p.m.:  The accumulation for this storm has not met our threshold for plowing.  We will not be servicing residential properties for this event.  If you are in an area that received more snow, you can email huskylandscaping@yahoo.com to let us know.  Thank you, The Husky Team.

March 11th, 2022 - 9:33 a.m.: 
We are currently receiving light snow in the GTA which is expected to continue for the remainder of the day.  If we do get to the 5cm threshold, we will update the site with a time that we will start plowing. 

February 25, 2022 - 6:30 p.m.:  Our crews have been on the road since early morning, and we are now 2 hours away from completing all residential routes.  If you are experiencing any service related issues please email huskylandscaping@yahoo.com.  Enjoy your evening.  In total we received 8cm for this event.

February 25, 2022 - 3:12 p.m.: - There was a later start to the residential plowing.  We decided to wait until just before noon, to give the snow and chance to stop.  All residential properties should be completed by 7 p.m..  If you have not received service by 6:30 p.m., please send an email to roberta.huskylandscaping@gmail.com to notify us.  Thank you for your patience, The Husky Team.

February 25, 2022 - 9:55 a.m.:  Accumulation was later than expected, after 4 a.m..  At this point there is approximately 5 - 6 cm of accumulation, and is expected to ending around 11 a.m..  We will begin plowing residential properties within the next hour.

February 25, 2022 - 12:00 a.m.:  Another storm is headed our way and is supposed to start during the overnight hours.  This storm could continue into the afternoon hours.  We are expected to get anywhere from 5 to 10 centimeters of snow for this event.  Driving will be hazardous at times with heavy snowfall, so be careful if out on the road.  We will begin plowing our routes in the early morning.  The site will updated when all properties have been completed.  Thank you, They Husky Team.  

February 18, 2022 - 2:30 p.m.:  We received a total of 23 cm of snow in our service area.  If you require any follow up service to this event please send us an email to roberta.huskylandscaping@gmail.com.

February 17, 2022 - 8:00 p.m.:  We are in the middle of another major winter storm.  This system is expected to bring us anywhere from 10 to 20 centimeters of snow.  We are hoping the snow will end before 5:00 a.m.  Our start time for residential properties is set for midnight.   This means houses plowed close to this time will still wake up to an additional accumulation on driveways, this will be addressed later in the day.  If there are any other service related issues please call into the office at 416-494-8439.  Thank you, The Husky Team.

February 4, 2022 - 8:00 a.m.:  We monitored the storm during the overnight hours as it continued to snow which increased the accumulations closer to the 4 - 5 centimeter threshold for plowing.  Our crews then started their routes during the overnight hours.  We we are now in the middle of plowing all residential properties and hope to be finished all routes by noon today.  If you are experiencing any service related issues please call into the office at 416-494-8439.  Thank you, from The Husky Team.

February 3, 2022 - 12:00 p.m.:  We have received 3 centimeters of snow this evening and it does not meet the threshold for plowing.  We will not be servicing this event.

February 3, 2022 - 5:30 p.m.:  We are monitoring the current winter storm.  There is a mixed bag of precipitation bringing rounds of snow and ice.  Please stay off the roads whenever you can, driving and even walking conditions are not ideal.  We are unsure of what the snowfall totals will look like yet for this storm.  Our our crews are ready to go at midnight tonight if we receive the 5 centimeter threshold for plowing.  We will continue to monitor the storm and update with any plans later this evening.  

February 3, 2022 - 9:00 a.m.:  We have now completed plowing all routes.  There was approximately 6 centimetres of accumulation from this storm.  If you are experiencing any service related issues please call into the office at 416-494-8439.  Thank you, They Husky Team.

February 2, 2022 - 9:00 p.m.:  We are now in the midst of another snowstorm.  Thankfully this one is much smaller in scale than our last storm but it does bring with it some icy conditions due to freezing rain at times.  We are expected to receive anywhere from 10 to 15 centimeters of the white stuff by Thursday morning.  We are also expected to see some additional snow fall later in the day Thursday but snowfall amounts are unknown at this time.  We will keep monitoring the storm for any updates.  We will begin plowing at 1:00 a.m. and are expected to be completed the routes by 8:00 a.m.  We will update our progress in the morning.  There is also a possibility of going out for a second round of plowing tomorrow night depending on the accumulations tomorrow during the day.  We will keep you apprised of all details as we receive them.  If you have any concerns please call into our office at 416-494-8439.   Thank you, They Husky Team.

January 25, 2022 - 8:30 a.m.:  Last nights storm brought us 8 centimeters of snow.  Our crews were out during the overnight hours plowing and will be finished all properties by 9:00 a.m.  If you are experiencing any service related issues, please call into our office at 416-494-8439.  Have a wonderful sunny Tuesday.  The Husky Team!

January 24th, 2022 - 4:00 p.m.:  We are monitoring another snowstorm, a fast moving Alberta Clipper that is making its way across the GTA from the west.  This storm will develop over the afternoon and into the evening hours and should taper off around midnight tonight.  Some areas will get up to 10 centimeters of snowfall by the end of the storm.  We are preparing our crews and equipment and will begin plowing at midnight tonight.  We will update again in the morning on our progress.  Please stay safe if out on the roads and drive according to weather conditions.  Lake effect snow will be heavy at times and can cause reduced visibility.

January 19th, 2022 - 8:30 p.m.:  Okay, the Husky crew can finally sigh a breathe of relief and maybe get a proper nights sleep tonight.  And I am sure all of you can finally feel a little better about not being snowed in.  We still do not have any accurate accumulation records for this storm and will update later with snowfall totals.  After such a major event, it feels great to say we are finally finished the clean-up of all properties.  If for some reason you are still experiencing service related issues, or have large City berms at the end of your drive-way, please call into the office at 416-494-8439 to let us know.  We are sorry if you were experiencing issues with getting in touch with the office the past couple of days.  We have been short staffed.  If there are any emergencies please email huskylandscaping@yahoo.com instead of calling into the office.  This was such a huge event and it did not go without its hiccups, so we thank everyone, our clients and our staff, for their support and patience over these past few days,  especially during these already tough times.  Thank you again and stay safe.  From, The Husky Team!  

January 18th, 2022 - 8:30 p.m.:  First off, we want to thank our clients for their patience and support throughout this major winter event.  This has been a colossal storm, and with that sometimes comes unforeseen events and colossal problems that have in turn prevented us from completing our final round of clean-ups for some properties.  We apologize sincerely for these delays and are working hard to rectify these issues.  Our crews were out all day and will be out again this evening doing a final round of plowing on those homes.  If you are still experiencing service related issues tomorrow, please call us so that we can make sure that your home is serviced.  As well,  if you are having issues with berms at the end of your driveway left by the City, please call into the office at 416-494-8439 to let our team know.  We will send out a crew member within 24 hours to take care of these for you.  Again, thank you for all your support and patience.  From, The Husky Team.

January 18th, 2022 - 8:30 a.m.:  Our crews are currently out on the roads working tirelessly to clean up the mess from this major winter event.  Due to such a significant snowfall there have been major delays in doing our routes.  This is largely in part because of the numerous accidents and vehicles stuck out on the roads which causes traffic backlog throughout the City.  We have also had people run into our vehicles causing more delays.  The sheer volume of snow causes its own set of issues such as blocking vehicles in areas where we need to plow in order to get the jobs done, etc.  We are working hard to clean up the mess and get to all residences but it will take some time.  Please be patient we will get to all properties.  If you see our crews out today please be kind as they working hard with little to no sleep trying to get to all routes and ensure your properties are cleaned.  If by the end of the day you are still experiencing service related issues, please call into our office at 416-494-8439.  Thank you for your patience during the event. 

January 17th, 2022 - 11:30 p.m.:  Our crews have been working tirelessly to clean up after this major snow event.  We have completed two rounds of plowing and will be heading out again during the overnight hours to complete a third round of plowing and clean-ups.  Once the City has completed their plowing we will be going out for a 4th and final time to clean up berms left from the City plows.  This will happen within 24 hours of the City completing their work.  If you are experiencing any service related issues please call into the office at 416-494-8439 to let us know.  Thank you for your patience during these massive events.  The  Husky Team.  

January 17th, 2022 - 9:30 a.m.:  This major storm brought in by a low pressure system tracking south of the great lakes has brought much more snow than originally anticipated.  It dropped an outstanding amount of 11 centimeters of snowfall in just one hour alone between 6:00 am and 7:00 am this morning.  It is expected that by the time this storm is done passing through there will be upwards of 40 to 60 centimeters of snowfall from this event.  Our team has been out on the road since last night.  There are accidents all over the City, the City plows are having trouble getting around, and therefore our trucks are having trouble getting around.  Please be patient, this is a major event and will therefore take some time to clean up.  We will get to everyone!  Driving conditions are very hazardous and it is not recommended to be out on the roads today.  We will update later today with our progress.

January 16th, 2022 - 10:00 p.m.:  We have been monitoring a major storm that is coming our way this evening.  We are expecting up to 15 centimeters of snowfall by the morning hours, and over 20 centimeters by the time the storm passes through.  We will plow with the storm, beginning residential properties at approximately 5 a.m.  Our initial plow service will involve plowing for access only, not full driveways.  Our 2nd, and 3rd visits will be full plowing and will include walkway clearing.  We will update site again in the morning to let you know our progress.  If you experience any service related issues during the later half of the storm please call into the office at 416-494-8439, so that we may address them.  Please stay safe if out on the road, and drive subject to weather conditions.  The Husky Team!

January 1st, 2022 - 10:00 p.m.:  Tonight we see our first snow event of the new year, with light snow currently coming down in the GTA.  The current forecast is set to bring 5 - 10 centimeters of snow.  This storm will come mostly during the overnight and early morning hours.  We will begin plowing when the storms ends which is expected to be around mid to late morning on Sunday.  If you are out on the road please drive safe as icy conditions are to be expected during this storm.    Wishing you a very healthy and happy New Year, from "The Husky Team."

December 23rd, 2021 -  11:45 p.m.:  This evening we are monitoring a clipper that is set to bring another bout of snow our way.  Some regions will experience as high as 5 - 10 centimeters, while most will see around 3 - 5 centimeters of snowfall.  We are preparing the teams and expect to be going out during the overnight hours.  If you experience any service related issues please call 416-494-8439.  Thank you, from The Husky Team!!

December 18th, 2021 - 12:00 p.m.:  Today we welcome a winter wonderland with a snow storm.  Snow will be accumulating over the course of the day with expected snowfall totals in the 8 to 10 centimeter range.  There is currently 4 centimeters of snowfall on the ground.  We will begin the plowing of all residential routes towards the later part of the afternoon, when the majority of the snow has fallen.  If you experience any service related issues please after plowing, please call into the office at 416-494-8439.  Thank you, from The Husky Team.

December 8th, 2021:  We received some light flurries over the course of the day totalling approximately 2 centimeters of snowfall.  This falls below our 5 centimeter threshold for plowing.  No service will be provided for this event.
 
November 28th, 2021 - 2:00 p.m.:  Our first snowfall of the year is an Alberta Clipper that had dropped a total of 4 centimeters of snow so far.  We are expecting this storm to continue through the afternoon and into the evening ending at approximately midnight tonight.  We are expecting another 2 centimeters of snowfall during this time.  We have started all routes and expect to be finished by 12 tonight.  If you are experiencing any service related issues please call into the office at 416-494-8439.  Thank you, from The Husky Team!