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Month: December 2020

Trans-Canada Highway Weather Warnings for Monday December 21. We will update our weather info daily over the Christmas- New Years break. BC: Coquihalla & Fraser Valley Hazardous winter conditions are expected. Heavy snow will continue throughout the highway passes and parts of southwestern B.C. this evening before tapering off to flurries near midnight. Additional snowfall […]

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Wind and rain likely for Tuesday night and Wednesday, accompanied with possible rainfall of 15 to 30+ mm accompanied by winds, northeasterly 40 gusting to 60 km/h with stronger coastal gusts. Some areas could see gusts approach 100 km/h on Wednesday as winds shift to northwesterly. A deep low pressure system will track near the […]

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Significant Snowfall for Tuesday night and Wednesday, excluding the Avalon and Burin peninsulas (see other weather warning!). Possible snowfall: Generally 10 to 20 cm with potential for higher amounts locally. Generally northeasterly 40 gusting to 60 km/h with stronger coastal gusts. Some areas along the south and east coasts could see gusts approach 100 km/h.

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Near zero visibility in fog is expected or occurring. Visibility may be significantly and suddenly reduced to near zero. Dense fog patches continue to persist this morning over eastern portions of southern Manitoba. The fog is expected to gradually dissipate later this morning into the early afternoon as a drier westerly flow enters the region.

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  BC: Snowfall warning (15 to 25 cm) for TCH from Sicamous to Golden and the Alberta border A robust frontal system is pushing southwards towards the Columbia region. With temperatures below zero and ample moisture, heavy snow will begin this morning over North Columbia and Rogers Pass. As the frontal system continues to push […]

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Total rainfall accumulation of 60 to 90 mm is expected. Heavy rain will continue through Monday before easing midday Tuesday. https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?bc46

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NB: Rainfall warning in effect for Trans-Canada through New Brunswick, 40-60 mm expected late Saturday into Sunday Rain, at times heavy, is expected. The ground, already near saturation, has little ability to absorb further rainfall.

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This storm may bring significant snowfall amounts, strong winds, widespread blowing snow, and even freezing rain. Although it is still too early to forecast with certainty how much snow will fall and what areas will be hardest hit, the Lower St. Lawrence and the Gaspé Peninsula could see up to 30 centimetres of snow. Freezing […]

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