WOCN11 CWTO 101201
Special weather statement updated by Environment Canada at 7:01 AM
EST Sunday 10 November 2013.
Special weather statement for:
=new= Watford – Pinery Park – Eastern Lambton County
=new= Strathroy – Komoka – Western Middlesex County
=new= Orangeville – Grand Valley – Southern Dufferin County
=new= Shelburne – Mansfield – Northern Dufferin County
=new= Bruce Peninsula – Sauble Beach – Tobermory
=new= Hanover – Dundalk – Southern Grey County
=new= Owen Sound – Blue Mountains – Northern Grey County
London – Parkhill – Eastern Middlesex County
Newmarket – Georgina – Northern York Region
Uxbridge – Beaverton – Northern Durham Region
Huron – Perth
Innisfil – New Tecumseth – Angus
Saugeen Shores – Kincardine – Southern Bruce County
Barrie – Orillia – Midland.

Snow squalls possible Monday night.

An Arctic cold front will sweep through Southern Ontario on Monday.
In the wake of this front, northwesterly winds will usher in the
coldest air of the season and temperatures will struggle to rise
above the freezing mark on Tuesday. This cold northwesterly flow
over the relatively warm waters of the Great Lakes is expected to
create favourable conditions for the formation of snow squalls
southeast of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. Current indications
suggest that snow squalls may begin forming Monday evening and could
continue into Tuesday.

Environment Canada meteorologists will continue to monitor this
developing situation closely and may issue a snow squall watch if
conditions warrant.

Please monitor the latest forecasts and warnings from Environment
Canada at http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca.



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