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



ALMAGUIN – (12:00, Sunday, November 25): A special climate statement issued by Environment Canada for the Burk Falls, South River, Powassan, North Bay and East Parry Sound areas indicates that there is a significant snowfall expected for the beginning of the work week.

According to the statement released at 5:18 pm Sunday, Nov. 25, a low-pressure Oklahoma system is heading northeast toward the Great Lakes and is expected to cause a cumulative snowfall in parts of northeast and central Ontario on Monday -market.

The latest indications suggest that about five centimeters of snow will fall in most areas of Monday with additional snow on Monday night bringing total amounts of snow to the range of 10 to 15 centimeters until Tuesday morning.


There is uncertainty with the forecasted trajectory and downforce, which will affect total snowfall throughout the region.

For updates and information on road conditions and traffic delays, including live tweets from OPP and MTO, visit our LIVE conditions: North Bay, Almaguin traffic and roads. For current short and long term weather forecasts, visit our weather page. To let us know how your drive is, please send a tweet with #MyAlmaguinDrive or #MyNorthBayDrive.

People in and around the above areas are advised to check for updates and to continue monitoring alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report bad weather, send an email to [email protected] or send a tweet using #ONStorm.


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