EC – Special Weather Statement

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SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
FOR NORTHERN ONTARIO
UPDATED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA
AT 3:51 P.M. EST SUNDAY 1 JANUARY 2017.
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SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT FOR:
      EAR FALLS – PERRAULT FALLS – WESTERN LAC SEUL
      SIOUX LOOKOUT – SAVANT LAKE
      LAKE NIPIGON – WABAKIMI
      GERALDTON – MANITOUWADGE – HORNEPAYNE
      NIPIGON – MARATHON – SUPERIOR NORTH
      WAWA – WHITE RIVER – PUKASKWA.
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT ENDED FOR:
      CITY OF THUNDER BAY
      KENORA – NESTOR FALLS
      DRYDEN – IGNACE
      FORT FRANCES – RAINY LAKE
      ATIKOKAN – UPSALA – QUETICO
      SUPERIOR WEST.
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==DISCUSSION==

A developing Colorado low pressure system will begin trekking towards the Great Lakes on Monday. Snow in advance of the low will reach regions north of Lake Superior by Monday early evening.

The heaviest snow is expected to develop Monday overnight and linger Tuesday. Total snowfall amounts of 15 to 25 centimetres are possible by the time it winds down Tuesday night. A winter storm watch or snowfall warning may be issued as the event approaches.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to [email protected] or tweet reports to #ONStorm.

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