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Another Winter Blast (NF)....

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In a year where the winter has been the snowiest in years, we have yet another storm tracking south of the great lakes, which means snow for us here in Ontario.

 

Here's the statement...keep checking this link for updates.....

 

http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/warnings/sws_e.html

WOCN11 CWTO 242017

Special weather statement

Issued by Environment Canada Ontario region.

3:17 PM EST Sunday 24 February 2008.

 

Special weather statement issued for..

City of Toronto

Windsor - Essex - Chatham-Kent

Sarnia - Lambton

Elgin

London - Middlesex

Simcoe - Delhi - Norfolk

Dunnville - Caledonia - Haldimand

Oxford - Brant

Niagara

City of Hamilton

Halton - Peel

York - Durham

Huron - Perth

Waterloo - Wellington

Dufferin - Innisfil

Grey - Bruce

Barrie - Orillia - Midland

Belleville - Quinte - Northumberland

Kingston - Prince Edward

Peterborough - Kawartha Lakes

Stirling - Tweed - South Frontenac

Bancroft - Bon Echo Park

Brockville - Leeds and Grenville

City of Ottawa

Gatineau

Prescott and Russell

Cornwall - Morrisburg

Smiths Falls - Lanark - Sharbot Lake

Parry Sound - Muskoka - Huntsville

Haliburton

Renfrew - Pembroke - Barry's Bay

Algonquin

Burk's Falls - Bayfield Inlet.

 

..Another snowstorm brewing for Tuesday..

 

The snowy winter of 2007 - 2008 continues. Another snowstorm is

expected to affect southern Ontario Tuesday. The low pressure centre

should develop over Colorado late tonight and track to the northeast

as it intensifies Monday and Tuesday. The latest computer models are

showing that the low will stay to the south of the Great Lakes.

This means yet another snowfall for most of southern Ontario..

Beginning Monday night over southwestern Ontario and Tuesday morning

over eastern Ontario. Snowfall in the Toronto area may start near

the Tuesday morning rush.

 

Current indications are that 10 to 15 centimetres of snow are likely

for regions near lakes Erie and Ontario with lesser amounts further

north. There is the potential for higher amounts of snow as well as

freezing rain especially near the lake shores of Erie and Ontario and

Along the St Lawrence river. However this far in advance..Much

uncertainty remains about the track of the low and the associated

snow amounts.

 

Environment Canada will continue to monitor this situation closely

and will issue further statements and watches and warnings as

required.

 

Listen for further statements. Additional information

may also be found by consulting the latest public forecast.

The next public forecast will be issued by 5 AM.

 

END/ALSEN/MA

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It sucks to be y'all eh? :canadian:

 

.. and of course misery loves company, so y'all are gonna send another blast of Arctic air down here on Wednesday and drop our high temp down to a bone chilling +9 and our low to a mere -3... maybe I'll get the garden hose out and make some snow! B)

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We could use a little bit to clean things up a little. It will make the ride on sled across simcoe a little softer too......Bring it on I say!!

 

Sinker

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Yep... everything flew out of my cutter yesterday from the bumps and my back is killing me.

 

But keep it down that way... I have no where left in my laneway to push anymore snow!

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Of course its going to snow, I finally got the ice of the driveway today! :wallbash:

 

I have had enough, I am ready to go :Gonefishing:

 

Well everyone drive safely!!!!!!!

 

Al

SpoonMaster lures

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I love Cliffs weather reports once again we are spared from the snow Montreal is not on the list but Cornwall is so close.

 

Must be rough this year shovel the driveway the walk and the skating rink :whistling:

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I love Cliffs weather reports once again we are spared from the snow Montreal is not on the list but Cornwall is so close.

 

Must be rough this year shovel the driveway the walk and the skating rink :whistling:

 

You aren't spared from anything Mike. That was an Ontario weather statement...it's coming your way too!!!

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You aren't spared from anything Mike. That was an Ontario weather statement...it's coming your way too!!!

 

Ah I had a feeling we would get it too.We usually get what ever you get just the next day.Darn

it was so nice to see the snow melting today.vroom vroom the Tecumseh :canadian:

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We could use a little of it up here Cliff. Just came home tonight from across Nipissing and it is almost glare ice. Makes for lots of sliding around.

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Well I for one am loving this winter. WTG on the great ice conditions, and if we have to have a little of the White stuff to go along with thetemperatures, then I say oh well.

 

Did I mention we live in a Condo and do not have to shovel or blow the stuff around, oh yes, are cars are parked in a heated garage as well.

 

:blahblah1::blahblah1::blahblah1:

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