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Rick, I don`t know if what we are getting is heading you way, it`s a mess though. Went in to vote, by the time I got out everything was covered with ice. Cars, sidewalks, the roads in spots. Now thunder and lightning.

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Starts at midnight tonight here and ends tomorrow evening. 25cms in the forcast.

Excuse me, I have to go hide the shovel.

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I guess Cliff is sick of posting weather reports. We got our share of that storm from midnight last night 'til about 10:00 a.m. this morning, nothing real heavy but a real "frog strangler" of a rain. Water level should be up on Lake Henry for a couple of days!!! :thumbsup_anim:

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I guess Cliff is sick of posting weather reports.

 

LOL Glen...I had a busy day at work and just walked in the door....

 

In true fashion though...here's the latest Environment Canada warning....looks like I'm just going to stay home tomorrow... :lol:

 

City of Toronto

3:53 PM EST Tuesday 4 March 2008

Winter storm warning for

City of Toronto upgraded from winter storm watch

..A mixed bag of wintry precipitation on the way..

 

This is a warning that dangerous winter weather conditions are imminent or occurring in these regions. Monitor weather conditions..Listen for updated statements.

 

 

 

Another winter storm currently over Kentucky will track northeastward just south of the lower Great Lakes overnight and Wednesday. As this storm approaches it will bring a mix of wintry precipitation to southern Ontario. For areas along the north shores of Lake Erie and eastern Lake Ontario as well as along the St Lawrence river Valley..It will predominantly be a freezing rain and ice pellet event. Further north..In the corridor from Chatham to Toronto and northeastward to Ottawa..The precipitation will begin and end as snow with a prolonged period of ice pellets or freezing rain in between. Still further north..Along a line from Windsor to Barrie to Petawawa..The cold air will remain and the precipitation will be mainly in the form of snow at times possibly mixed with ice pellets.

 

..Freezing rain warning..A significant period of freezing rain is expected to develop tonight over areas to the north of the lower Great Lakes. For regions along the north shore of Lake Erie..A brief snowfall is expected to begin later this afternoon before the change over to freezing rain and ice pellets occurs. For areas adjacent to Lake Ontario and along the St Lawrence Valley..The precipitation will begin as snow early this evening then change to freezing rain and ice pellets late this evening.

 

..Winter storm warning..Snow will begin late this afternoon over southwestern Ontario and spread northeastward towards London..Kitchener and Toronto early this evening and towards Peterborough and Ottawa late this evening. The precipitation will begin as snow then switch to a mix of ice pellets and freezing rain before changing back to snow overnight in south central Ontario and Wednesday morning in eastern Ontario. Between 10 and 15 centimetres of snow and ice pellets is expected to fall over the duration of the event. The snow and ice pellet accumulation is expected to be very heavy for those shovelling.

 

..Snowfall warning..The snow will begin in southwestern Ontario late this afternoon then spread northeastwards towards Barrie early this evening to reach the Pembroke area near midnight. For the portion of southwestern Ontario in the snowfall warning snowfall amounts of 15 centimetres are expected. Further northeast along an axis from Barrie to Petawawa higher amounts are expected with 20 to 25 centimetres possible by Wednesday afternoon.

 

Travellers should be prepared to alter plans accordingly as driving conditions once again will deteriorate significantly tonight and Wednesday across all of southern Ontario.

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Starts at midnight tonight here and ends tomorrow evening. 25cms in the forcast.

Excuse me, I have to go hide the shovel.

 

Roy your getting too old to shovel :w00t:

 

 

25 more cms.enough is enough :wallbash:

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It's coming down at a ferocious rate out there. Lightning in it to could be alot worse then the they forecast.

Full blown blizzard here now.

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