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Snow Is On The Way...Again!

According to Environment Canada, southern Ontario could see some significant snowfall Thursday. In a special weather statement, Environment Canada says early models are showing an Alberta Clipper combining with a Texas Low over southern Ontario Thursday afternoon into the evening which could bring heavy snow and accumulations to some areas. At this time, snowfall accumulations are tough to judge but early forecasts would indicate 10 to 15 cms possible for areas north of a line from Grand Bend to Hamilton to Kingston. South of these areas could expect any where from 5 to 10 cms of snow. Environment Canada says these are early estimates and they are tracking the two systems as they approach the region. They will issue further special weather statements as necessary. The timing of the storm could make travelling difficult Thursday evening and especially for the drive into work Friday morning. It was just last Friday that a band of heavy squalls dumped heavy amounts of snow in the Woodstock area leading to a 50 car pile-up on the 401.

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