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Saturday

SCHOOL BUSES

Late

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Cancelled

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CLOSURES & CANCELLATIONS

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WEATHER WARNINGS, WATCHES and ADVISORIES

Squall Watch

  • Orillia, Midland

Snow Squalls are expected to develop this evening and persist into Sunday morning.

10 to 15 cm snow within 12 hours is possible under the most intense squalls.

Motorists should be prepared for hazardous winter driving conditions tonight and adjust travel plans accordingly.

Travel may be hazardous due to sudden changes in the weather. Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow.

Snow squall watches are issued when conditions are favourable for the formation of bands of snow that could produce intense accumulating snow or near zero visibilities.

Flood Watches

Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority

Flood Potential: High

Ice Jam Potential: High

The Weather Office is forecasting continuing warmer temperatures and rainfall amounts in the range of 25-35mm for Friday into Saturday.

Continued snowmelt, saturated ground conditions and runoff due to warmer temperatures in combination with the forecasted rain is expected to cause flooding in low lying and flood prone areas. Widespread flooding is not anticipated at the present time.

Watercourses will be flowing higher than normal causing local streams and rivers to become dangerous, especially in the vicinity of culverts and bridges. Children should be warned to stay away from all watercourses

This Flood Watch will be in effect through Monday February 27, 2016.

Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

The Weather Office is forecasting continuing warmer temperatures and rainfall amounts in the range of 25-35mm for Friday into Saturday.

Continued snowmelt, saturated ground conditions and runoff due to warmer temperatures in combination with the forecasted rain is expected to cause flooding in low lying and flood prone areas. Widespread flooding is not anticipated at the present time.

Watercourses will be flowing higher than normal causing local streams and rivers to become dangerous, especially in the vicinity of culverts and bridges. Children should be warned to stay away from all watercourses

This Flood Watch will be in effect through Monday February 27, 2016.

 

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