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More snow for the County

JAN 9 – Another snow squall warning issued for the County today. We are told we can expect yet another five centimeters of winter. School buses have been cancelled for today, but the schools remain open.
It is -8 this morning but feels like -18. It is expected to warm up a couple of degrees and even a pinch of sunshine this afternoon – then more flurries this evening!
Weather conditions around the County being shared on our Facebook page.

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JAN 8 – Environment Canada has upgraded a snow squall watch to a warning for Thursday morning to Friday morning.
Local snow amounts of 15 cm per 12 hours are possible. Visibility will be significantly reduced during the squalls and in a repeat performance of Tuesday, it is possible snow will accumulate quickly.
Wednesday’s -30 cold warms up a bit Thursday with a daytime temperatures between -12 and -7 feeling like -22 to -17 with the wind chill.

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JAN 6 – Environment Canada has issued a snow squall watch for parts of the County.
Under the snow squall bands, visibilities will be significantly reduced due to the heavy snow combined with blowing snow, and snow will quickly accumulate.
Cold west to southwest winds are expected to develop today bringing the threat of snow squalls into the Picton – Sandbanks area this morning and continuing into the evening. Snowfall amounts of up to 40 cm and blowing snow significantly reducing visibility are possible before the snow squall threat is expected to end around midnight.

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