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Weather-Bitter Cold - Windchill

BC/AB/SK/MB/ON Brutal cold across West

Arctic Vortex brings prolonged temperatures of -30, with windchills of -40 to -50. Extended from Monday to the Weekend! Watch for cold related symptoms: shortness of breath, chest pain, muscle pain and weakness, numbness and colour change in fingers and toes. Cover up. Frostbite can develop within minutes on exposed skin, especially with wind chill. If it's too cold for…

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Weather-Special Weather Statement

NB: Special Weather statement rain AND snow in Forecast for weekend across New Brunswick

Significant precipitation expected beginning Saturday night across New Brunswick. Lasting from Saturday night through to Sunday morning. Snowfall: 15 cm or more for Northern New Brunswick. Rainfall: 25 mm or more for areas near the Fundy coast. Snow is expected to spread across northern New Brunswick and rain across southern New Brunswick Saturday night. Snow and freezing rain are expected…

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Weather-Heavy Snowfall

ON-QU: Heavy Snow (15-25 cm) this weekend along TCH from Ottawa to Quebec City to New Brunswick

Snow is forecast to begin overnight Friday as a strong low pressure system approaches Eastern Ontario from New England. This snow may then become heavy through the day Saturday and continue into Saturday night before easing Sunday. Significant snowfall amounts of 15 to 25 cm are possible by Sunday morning. Hazardous winter driving conditions are expected from this snowstorm. Motorists…

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AB/SK/NB: Winter Storm warning along #16 Yellowhead Route

Winter Storm conditions north of the Yellowhead route, with freezing rain south of that route. High winds across most of the province, and highest along the Trans-Canada Main Route #1 Strong west to northwest winds, with gusts of 110 km/h, this afternoon and tonight. Strong winds will move into Saskatchewan this afternoon and move eastward across the southern half of…

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Canada Weather Warnings Dec 21 2020

Trans-Canada Highway Weather Warnings for Monday December 21

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 accumulations of 10 to 15…

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NL: Snowfall warning (10 to 20 cm) for TCH in eastern Newfoundland from Grand Falls-Windsor to Clarenville

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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