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Current Weather Warnings Issued In Ontario For:

ALERTS FOR: GREY - BRUCE

STATEMENTS

10:12 PM EDT THURSDAY 30 OCTOBER 2014
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT IN EFFECT FOR:

  • HANOVER - DUNDALK - SOUTHERN GREY COUNTY
  • OWEN SOUND - BLUE MOUNTAINS - NORTHERN GREY COUNTY

HALLOWEEN BRINGS THE FIRST SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL OF THE SEASON.

A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM DEVELOPING NEAR SAULT STE MARIE WILL TRACK SOUTHEAST TOWARDS THE LOWER GREAT LAKES FRIDAY. AN AREA OF PRECIPITATION ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN ADVANCING INTO SOUTHERN ONTARIO TONIGHT AND CONTINUE THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT.

PRECIPITATION HAS BEGUN AS RAIN IN REGIONS SOUTH OF GEORGIAN BAY, INCLUDING THE DUNDALK HIGHLANDS, AND WILL TRANSITION TO SNOW EARLY FRIDAY EVENING. EAST OF GEORGIAN BAY, INCLUDING THE HALIBURTON HIGHLANDS, WET SNOW OR SNOW WILL BEGIN OVERNIGHT AND SNOW WILL CONTINUE THROUGH FRIDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT.

CURRENT INDICATIONS SUGGEST THAT TOTAL SNOWFALL AMOUNTS OF 5 TO 10 CM WILL BE POSSIBLE SOUTH OF GEORGIAN BAY ON FRIDAY NIGHT, PARTICULARLY OVER AREAS OF HIGHER ELEVATION. TO THE EAST OF GEORGIAN BAY, 10 TO 15 CM WILL BE POSSIBLE FRIDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT. HOWEVER ACTUAL SNOWFALL ACCUMULATION ON THE GROUND IN THESE AREAS MAY BE LESS DUE TO MELTING ON THE STILL RELATIVELY WARM GROUND.

THE SNOW IS EXPECTED TO TAPER OFF EARLY SATURDAY AS THE LOW SYSTEM PULLS AWAY TO THE SOUTHEAST.

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