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DarkSky
02-25-2010, 10:43 PM
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WWCN11 CWTO 260128
SEVERE WEATHER BULLETIN
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA
AT 8:28 PM EST THURSDAY 25 FEBRUARY 2010.
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WATCHES/WARNINGS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHERN ONTARIO...

WINTER STORM WARNING FOR:
DUNNVILLE - CALEDONIA - HALDIMAND
NIAGARA.

HEAVY SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW TONIGHT AND INTO FRIDAY MORNING.

THIS IS A WARNING THAT DANGEROUS WINTER WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING IN THESE REGIONS. MONITOR WEATHER
CONDITIONS..LISTEN FOR UPDATED STATEMENTS.

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==DISCUSSION==
A WINTER STORM FROM THE EASTERN SEABOARD IS EXPECTED TO INTENSIFY AS
IT MOVES NORTHWARD. THIS STORM WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD SNOW TO
SOUTHERN ONTARIO TONIGHT AND INTO FRIDAY. LIGHT SNOW IS EXPECTED TO
INCREASE ITS INTENSITY BY THIS EVENING WITH THE BULK OF THE SNOW
FALLING TONIGHT. THE SNOW IS EXPECTED TO TAPER OFF BY FRIDAY MORNING.

A TOTAL SNOWFALL AMOUNT OF 15 TO 25 CM IS EXPECTED BY FRIDAY. STRONG
NORTH WINDS GUSTING UP TO 70 KM/H ARE LIKELY TO PRODUCE BLOWING SNOW
REDUCING VISIBILITY AND CAUSING HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS.


PLEASE REFER TO THE LATEST PUBLIC FORECASTS FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

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DarkSky
02-25-2010, 11:43 PM
641
WOCN11 CWTO 252057
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA ONTARIO REGION. 3:57 PM EST THURSDAY
25 FEBRUARY 2010.

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT CONTINUED FOR..
CITY OF TORONTO
CITY OF HAMILTON
HALTON - PEEL
YORK - DURHAM
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
HALIBURTON
RENFREW - PEMBROKE - BARRY'S BAY
ALGONQUIN
BURK'S FALLS - BAYFIELD INLET.

HEAVY SNOW..STRONG WINDS AND BLOWING SNOW.

AN INTENSIFYING WINTER STORM FROM THE EASTERN SEABOARD WILL CONTINUE
TO AFFECT MOST OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO TONIGHT AND FRIDAY. SNOW WILL
BECOME HEAVY AT TIMES TONIGHT.

THE MOST WINTERY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TONIGHT AND FRIDAY MORNING
OVER THE AREAS ADJACENT TO WESTERN LAKE ONTARIO ESPECIALLY THE
NIAGARA ESCARPMENT. SNOW HEAVY AT TIMES COMBINED WITH STRONG
NORTHWEST WINDS GUSTING TO 70 KM/H WILL REDUCE VISIBILITY CAUSING
HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS. A WINTER STORM WARNING IS IN EFFECT
FOR NIAGARA AND DUNNVILLE-HALDIMAND REGIONS.

THE PRECIPITATION OVER THE AREAS BETWEEN EASTERN LAKE ONTARIO AND THE
QUEBEC BORDER WILL BE WET OR MIXED WITH SNOW.

LISTEN FOR FURTHER STATEMENTS. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY ALSO BE
FOUND BY CONSULTING THE LATEST PUBLIC FORECAST. THE NEXT PUBLIC
FORECAST WILL BE ISSUED BY 3.30 PM.

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