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Special Weather Advisory. Funnel Clouds Possible

Environment Canada has posted a Special Weather Advisory stating that conditions are suitable to produce funnel clouds in forecast thunderstorms. Areas affected include: Burlington – Oakville Caledon Halton Hills – Milton Mississauga – Brampton City of Hamilton Guelph – Erin

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch June 18

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for the region on June 18th.   Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for: Guelph – Erin – Southern Wellington County Kitchener – Cambridge – Region of Waterloo Mount Forest – Arthur – Northern

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch In Effect For Southern Ontario

Environment Canada has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for all of the Jewel listening area. Conditions are favourable for the development of dangerous thunderstorms that may be capable of producing damaging wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain. The thunderstorms

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Rainfall Forecast For Southern Ontario

Here is a look at the expected rainfall totals for Southern Ontario between now and Sunday. Image and source The Weather Network

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Freezing Rain And Rainfall Warnings Continue For All Of Southern Ontario

There remains a Freezing Rain and Rainfall warnings throughout the entire Jewel listening area. To narrow in on your area click on the link below. Freezing rain is expected to begin this morning and last for a few hours before

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Snow And Temperature Shift On The Way

A Special Weather Statement from Environment Canada; Snow is expected to develop tonight over southwestern Ontario and move eastward to reach the Greater Toronto Area early Tuesday morning. Snowfall accumulations near 10 cm are likely before the snow changes to

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Where Are The Plows? Now You Can Find Out

If you ever wondered if the plow is on the way or has plowed a certain roadway, you can check with this handy website. It is called Track My Plow.  Click the link here. Image-wikiwand

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Some Major Flooding In Kitchener Waterloo Region In Thursday’s Rain

In a one hour span 50 mm rain fell yesterday in the Kitchener/Waterloo/Cambridge region.  This brought some flooding to the area.  CTV cameraman and Live Eye operator Dan Lauckner caught some of the damage as it happened. Flooding also closed

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Tornado In Southern Ontario On Wednesday? Environment Canada Will Confirm Today

The national Weather Service says eyewitnesses say a tornado touched down in LaSalle, ON shortly after 7pm on Wednedsay night. There is plenty of damages to vehicle and property but no serious injuries nor fatalities. Environment Canada will confirm today

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A Very Wet Tuesday On The Way

Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement with news of heavy rain coming to all of Southern Ontario Monday overnight and all day Tuesday. “A rare weather event expected for Southern Ontario Tuesday: a rainy day. Most people have

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Yes It Has Been Dry

If you think it has been hot and dry, you’re right. In some cases the hottest and driest since 1959. “For the period of May 1 – August 10, Toronto’s Pearson International Airport has recorded only 107.2mm of rain. That’s

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Maya Farrell Was So Close. Forced To Stop Lake Ontario Crossing

After 24 hours of sheer determination, 14 year old Maya Farrell was close to becoming the youngest person to swim across Lake Ontario. She was so close but forced to abandon the attempt with only 300 Meters left. She left

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Looks Like We Could Be In For Hot, Stormy Summer

“July could be an active month in terms of severe thunderstorms, especially from southern and eastern Ontario through southern Quebec and interior New Brunswick,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Brett Anderson said.   image accuweather .com

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Polar Vortex? This Is No April Fool’s Joke

This is no April Fool’s Joke. The temperatures in the first few days of April in Central and Eastern Canada will be “winter-like.” Environment Canada’s Geoff Coulson says we are in for a Polar Vortex episode to kick off April.

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Special Weather Statement from EC

Special Weather Statement from EC continues with wind gusts up to 80kph possible this aft and evening. A heavy rain warning is also in effect for Kitchener-Waterloo region. Alerts

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