Friday , December 4 2020

Up to 15 cm snow expected in Almaguin, North Bay starts on Monday says Environment Canada

ALMAGUIN – (12:00, Sunday, November 25): A special meteorological report released by Environmental Canada for Burk & Falls, South River, Powassan, North Bay and East Parry Sound shows from the working week.

According to a statement released on Sunday, November 25 at 5:18 am, a low pressure system from Oklahoma trails northeast to the Great Lakes and is expected to lead to snow accumulation in parts of Northeast and Central Ontario Monday.

The latest indications show that nearly five centimeters of snow will fall in most areas on Monday with extra snow Monday night, where the total snowfall is in the range of 10 to 15 centimeters by Tuesday morning.

There is uncertainty on the estimated path and the strength of the low, which will affect the total amount of snow in the region.

For updates and information on road conditions and traffic delays, including live Twitters from OPP and MTO, visit our LIVE: North Bay, Almaguin traffic and road conditions. For current short and long-term weather forecasts, visit our weather page. To let us know how your device is, write with #MyAlmaguinDrive or #MyNorthBayDrive.

Individuals in and around the areas listed above are advised to check for updates and continue to follow warnings and forecasts issued by Environmental Canada. To report the bad weather, send an email to [email protected] or write messages via #ONStorm.

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