SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT FOR CALEDON AND SURROUNDING AREAS

WOCN11 CWTO 031521
Special weather statement updated by Environment Canada
EST Tuesday 3 December 2013.
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Special weather statement for:
City of Toronto
London – Middlesex
Dunnville – Caledonia – Haldimand
Oxford – Brant
Niagara
City of Hamilton
Halton – Peel
York – Durham
Huron – Perth
Waterloo – Wellington
Dufferin – Innisfil
Grey – Bruce
Barrie – Orillia – Midland
Belleville – Quinte – Northumberland
Kingston – Prince Edward
Peterborough – Kawartha Lakes
Stirling – Tweed – South Frontenac
Bancroft – Bon Echo Park
Brockville – Leeds and Grenville
City of Ottawa
Gatineau
Prescott and Russell
Cornwall – Morrisburg
Smiths Falls – Lanark – Sharbot Lake
Parry Sound – Muskoka
Haliburton
Renfrew – Pembroke – Barry’s Bay
Algonquin
Burk’s Falls – Bayfield Inlet.

Fog patches early this afternoon over Extreme Eastern Ontario
And risk of freezing rain overnight into Wednesday.

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==discussion==
Fog patches will persist over Extreme Eastern Ontario late this
morning and will dissipate early this afternoon. Fog could be
locally dense with visibilities reduced to 200 metres or less, making
for hazardous travelling conditions.

Based on the current computer guidance, a low pressure system over
Colorado may reach Iowa by late today, then track northeast towards
the Great Lakes. An area of rain with some freezing rain could
develop this evening as far south as the London to Niagara area where
temperatures will be near zero. Then the freezing rain area is
likely to spread north and east to the Ottawa Valley by Wednesday
morning. The freezing rain may last longer over Eastern Ontario
towards the Ottawa Valley. Areas along the western end of Lake
Ontario will be slightly warmer and less likely to see freezing rain.
However, there is much uncertainty in the track and development of
this low system which will affect where the freezing rain will fall.

Environment Canada will continue to monitor the development of this
system closely and update information accordingly or issue watches
and warnings if the confidence becomes higher.

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

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