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15cm Snow in southwestern Northwest Territories

(Posted:10/22/2014)
NWT: Snowfall warning in effect for Ft. Simpson Region including Jean Marie River. Snowfall, with total amounts of 10 to 15 cm is expected. A low pressure system developing in Northwestern Alberta will spread snow into the southwestern Mackenzie today. Snow will begin at Fort Liard this morning and then spread into the Fort Simpson region near noon and the Wrigley region this evening. 10 to 15 centimetres of snow is expected to fall before the snowfall tapers off late Wednesday night.
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High amounts of rain forecast for southern NB and NS

(Posted:10/22/2014)
NB, NS: High amounts of rain forecast for the southern part of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. A slow moving low pressure system approaching the Maritimes from the southwest will spread rain today. Rainfall warnings have been issued for Saint John County and Charlotte County with amounts expected to exceed 75 millimetres by Friday.
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Hurricane Gonzalo expected to hit this weekend

(Posted:10/17/2014)
NS, NL: Tropical cyclone information statement issued for NEWFOUNDLAND, NOVA SCOTIA For hurricane Gonzalo.
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Wind warning in effect for •East Vancouver Island

(Posted:10/17/2014)
BC: An intense Pacific Front will generate very strong southeast winds today. Winds will increase to southeast 70 km/h early this afternoon over northern sections of East Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast and in Victoria near Haro Strait. Winds will ease this evening in the wake of the front.
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Tour Bus Crash on the Coquihalla Highway

(Posted:08/28/2014)
BC: Tour Bus Crash on the Coquihalla Highway reported, 20-30 km south of Merritt BC. Many injuries being transferred to hospitals in Kamloops. Southbound highway is closed for now

Tropical Cyclone "statement" issued

(Posted:08/05/2014)
NS, NL: Bertha now east of the Carolinas moving northeastward - expected to track offshore - could affect Eastern Newfoundland with rain late Wednesday into Thursday.
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Forest fire closures expected on Icefields Parkway

(Posted:07/14/2014)
AB: Officials with Parks Canada are warning visitors to Banff National Park of the likelihood of afternoon, evening and early morning closures and delays along Highway 93N as crews attempt to control a 2500 hectare wildfire in Spreading Creek. Visitors can expect to encounter short and long term closures of the highway between the Saskatchewan River Crossing and Waterfowl Campground between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. Icefields Parkways is the scenic road that connects Banff /Lake Louise with Jasper.
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Highways all open

(Posted:07/13/2014)
SK,MB: due to ongoing daily requests for highway status, we double-checked and both Highway #1 TCH and #16 Yellowhead routes are open in both provinces. Some minor construction delays

Short stretch of #16 Crowsnest Route closed, with detour

(Posted:07/09/2014)
SK: Highway 16 - Highway open from Dafoe to Wynyard. Local traffic only from Wynyard to Mozart Highway otherwise closed from Wynyard to Elfros due to washouts and high water. Please use Highway #5 as an alternate route.

Manitoba stretch of #1 TCH remains open

(Posted:07/09/2014)
MB: floods and flood operations have affected roadways to north and south in various areas (Portage la Prairie very much so), but highway remains open

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