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Snow Squalls Begin Late Tonight

Snow squalls will develop over Lake Huron late tonight, continuing through Monday for some areas. The most accumulation will occur in areas of high elevation and grass surfaces. Weather and road conditions may deteriorate quickly in the hardest hit areas. Take caution if travelling.

By the time the snow squalls dissipate, 15 to 20 cm is expected along the Lake Huron shoreline, for areas such as Goderich, Kincardine, and Hanover. Additionally, areas around Georgian Bay can expect 15 to 20 cm, such as Owen Sound, Collingwood, Midland, Barrie, and Orillia.

10 to 15 cm is expected for Tobermory, Bracebridge, Shelburne, Orangeville, and Stratford.

5 to 10 cm is expected for London, Woodstock, Kitchener, Newmarket, and Huntsville.

Trace to 5 cm is expected for St. Thomas, Brantford, Peterborough, and Parry Sound.

Snow squalls are rather difficult to forecast due to their localization in nature. Some areas may get more snow than forecasted, and some areas may get no snow. However, it is very common for sunny skies and rapidly accumulating snow to occur only kilometres apart. Drivers should exercise caution if travelling. Road closures are possible.

Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a Snow Squall Watch for the following regions:

  • Barrie - Collingwood - Hillsdale

  • Goderich - Bluewater - Southern Huron County

  • Hanover - Dundalk - Southern Grey County

  • Innisfil - New Tecumseth - Angus

  • Listowel - Milverton - Northern Perth County

  • London - Parkhill - Eastern Middlesex County

  • Midland - Coldwater - Orr Lake

  • Orillia - Lagoon City - Washago

  • Owen Sound - Blue Mountains - Northern Grey County

  • Saugeen Shores - Kincardine - Southern Bruce County

  • Shelburne - Mansfield - Northern Dufferin County

  • Stratford - Mitchell - Southern Perth County

  • Wingham - Blyth - Northern Huron County

  • Woodstock - Tillsonburg - Oxford County

Stay tuned for further forecast updates and information on road conditions, road closures, and updated weather alerts.


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