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The ONLY good thing about all this snow this winter, is that hopefully water levels in the tribs and other shore fishing spots will improve to the point where fishing can actually happen in the spring! Then again, if you've read the article the Spiel posted about Lake Simcoe in the news section, this could add to an already potential disastrous situation.

 

I've attached the latest weather statement, but there are no snowfall totals in there. Accuweather.com is saying the potential from London to Toronto (as well as Eastern Ontario and Southern Quebec) is 30+cm of snow.

 

Here's a link to accuweathers blog....

 

http://www.accuweather.com/news-blogs.asp?...p;blog=anderson

 

Anyhow...to view the latest updates, check this link....check both the weather statements and the public warnings.

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

 

WOCN11 CWTO 060947

Special weather statement

Issued by Environment Canada Ontario region. 4:47 AM EST Thursday

6 March 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

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

Renfrew - Pembroke - Barry's Bay.

 

..Snow beginning Friday ahead of next snow storm on Saturday..

 

The storms keep on coming this winter with the next Major system

Threatening to give heavy snow on Saturday.. Especially over eastern

Ontario.

 

A broad area of snow will develop on Friday over the regions ahead of

another Texas low estimated to track up the eastern seaboard on

Saturday. There is the potential that this storm will intensify into

one of the biggest snow makers of the winter for eastern Ontario.

Once the track of the low is determined winter storm watches or

warnings may be issued.

 

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/MEREDITH

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I am sick of playing with my Ariens snowblower, I'd rather be playing with my fishing rod!!!

 

+1 for Barrie not being on that list :)

Edited by BillM

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Where are you going Wayne?

 

He's going to God's country ice fishing Cliff..

 

They claim (not sure how they forecast it though) that we could get another 50 cm more snow in March!

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LOL

 

This puts a big smile on my face...think I may phone home to rub it in.

 

Its been oddly warm here for three weeks now (3-8 degrees).

 

Ive been getting my spinnerbaits ready for ice-out on Great Slave

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Nice, I'm lovin this!! So long as it stops for resident trout opener, I'm happy. Although the farmers almanac is calling for snow over the last days of April, and they've been pretty accurate with their monthly forecasts so far this year.

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Twelve feet and counting, bring it on I hope we beat the record of 14 feet in 1971. :clapping: I hate winter but at least this is something interesting. :thumbsup_anim:

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Update from Environment Canada.....

 

City of Toronto

2:43 PM EST Thursday 6 March 2008

Winter storm watch for

City of Toronto issued

 

..Another winter Wallop threatens spring forward weekend..

 

This is an alert to the potential development of dangerous winter weather conditions in these regions. Monitor weather conditions..Listen for updated statements.

 

 

 

A winter storm is currently brewing over Texas with the potential to bring significant snow to most of southern Ontario. It appears that the snow will come in two doses. The first shot will begin as early as Friday afternoon for southwestern Ontario and Friday evening in eastern Ontario. We may have a brief reprieve overnight into Saturday morning where snow may become light and more intermittent. The heaviest snowfall is then expected in the second shot beginning later Saturday. Keep in mind that this storm is expected to last for 36 to 48 hours.

 

Storm totals may be near 30 centimetres along and east of a line from Long Point to the Golden Horseshoe then to Petawawa. There is potential for 30 to 50 centimetres of snow over the Niagara Peninsula and parts of eastern Ontario. Areas west of the Long Point to Petawawa line should see between 10 to 20 centimetres with lesser amounts near Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. Behind this system we could see strong northerly winds to 60 km/h. On Saturday strong winds combined with fresh snow will cause blowing snow to lower visibilities and create dangerous driving conditions. Whiteout conditions are possible so travellers should be prepared to alter their plans accordingly.

 

Total snowfall amounts will depend on the track of this system. There is still some uncertainty as to the exact track of this storm. Environment Canada will closely monitor this situation and issue warnings as required within the next 24 hours.

 

 

Yep...I read that right.....30 to 50cm!!!!

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see hunny it was a good idea getting that 4x4..

 

the roads will be mine again this wknd!

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Guest gbfisher
Sweet.. I'm lovin' it.

 

 

You and me both........ :thumbsup_anim:

Makes for a shorter spring. I hope the ice doesn't come off the lake until last week in April. Be another good opener again this year. :Gonefishing: Good Syrup too!! :)

We still have the best ice fishing yet to come. The snow will melt....the sun will stay out longer....only means for a longer day out on the ice. It's Canada gentlemen, may as well enjoy what comes your way.

 

:clapping:

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Been hearing about this and the latest for where I am is that the worst of this is to pass to the North and West. Snow pretty well gone now around my parts ... except that which had been completely frozen. Spring is just a couple weeks away.

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I can't stand all this snow. Maybe we should have a contest for the biggest snowman or snowwoman.

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