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Snow Squall Warning - 30cm Snow Possible By Morning!

Source: Government Of Canada
Date: Thu Nov 7 14:24:59 MST 2019

3:19 PM EST Thursday 07 November 2019
Snow squall warning in effect for:

Listowel - Milverton - Northern Perth County
Stratford - Mitchell - Southern Perth County
Wingham - Blyth - Northern Huron County
Snow squalls today through Friday.

Snow squalls are developing off Lake Huron and will continue through Friday afternoon. The most intense bands are expected tonight with conditions slowly improving through the day Friday. Strong winds may accompany these bands resulting in blowing snow at times.

Local snowfall accumulations of 20 to 30 cm will be possible by Friday morning.

Snow squalls cause weather conditions to vary considerably; changes from clear skies to heavy snow within just a few kilometres are common. Prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions.

Area OPP

Stunt Driver Caught On Amberley Road
OPP Respond To Threat Against Business
Counterfeit Money In Listowel
Tractor Trailer Vs Dump Truck Collision - Drunk Driving Charge Laid
Collision Update - Name Of 4 Year Old Deceased Released
Suspended Driver Refuses To Blow At RIDE
Drunk Driver Arrested Following Collisions
Name Released In 4.5 Hour Man Hunt
Serious Collision - One Deceased
Commercial Break And Enter
Drunk Driver Arrested In Chesley
Suspect Arrested Following 4.5 Hour Search
Fatal Collision - Name Of Deceased Released
24 Year Old Facing Sexual Assault Charge
Another Pedestrian Struck
Drunk Driver Damages Police Cruiser Following Arrest
Drunk Driver Arrested After Failing To Stop
Repeat Offender Facing Numerous Charges Following Poppy Theft
Gator Stolen
Repeat Offender Arrested After Police Follow Fresh Tracks
Hit And Run In Meaford Involving Pedestrian
Two Extricated Following Collision On Hwy 9
Fatal Collision Update - Name Of 21 Year Old Deceased Released
Repeat Offender From Seaforth Caught With Stolen Lottery Tickets
20 Year Old Gas Thief Facing Impaired Charge
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