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Freezing Rain Warning Continues for Our Entire Region!

Freezing Rain Warning Continues for Our Entire Region!
Ottawa – Some freezing rain this morning. A fast-moving low pressure system currently over Lake Superior will reach Northern Quebec this evening. A few periods of freezing rain will be prevalent before it tapers to a few showers and ends later this morning. Some roads and other cold untreated surfaces will likely be slippery before temperatures rise above freezing this afternoon.... Read More

Freezing Rain Warning For Smiths Falls-Lanark, Morrisburg-SD&G & Ottawa, Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for this afternoon for Brockville-Leeds-Grenville & Kingston

Freezing Rain Warning For Smiths Falls-Lanark, Morrisburg-SD&G & Ottawa, Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for this afternoon for Brockville-Leeds-Grenville & Kingston
Freezing rain Warning for Smiths Falls-Lanark, Morrisburg-SD&G & Ottawa Freezing rain is expected or occurring. Freezing rain is expected to move into Eastern Ontario near noon or into this afternoon as a warm front approaches from the southwest. The freezing precipitation will change over to rain by this evening as temperatures rise above the zero degree mark. Surfaces such as... Read More

Fog advisory in effect for our entire region tonight!

Fog advisory in effect for our entire region tonight!
Ottawa – Areas of dense fog are persisting near a warm front draped across Southern Ontario. Visibilities are occasionally reduced to less than 100 metres. The fog is expected to persist well into the night for some regions. If visibility is reduced while driving, slow down, watch for tail lights ahead and be prepared to stop. Read More

Rainfall Warning Continues for Our Entire Region

Rainfall Warning Continues for Our Entire Region
Rainfall, combined with melting snow, continues. Significant rainfall continues until Wednesday morning. Several rounds of rain will continue today and tonight giving rainfall amounts of 25 to locally 40 mm by Wednesday morning. Since very mild conditions are accompanying the rain, considerable snowmelt is anticipated. As a result, localized flooding is likely in low-lying areas. This wet, record mild spell... Read More

Significant Rainfall on the Way Beginning Later Today For Our Region

Significant Rainfall on the Way Beginning Later Today For Our Region
Ottawa – Significant rainfall on the way beginning later today for our region. A warm front associated with a low pressure area will move through the region tonight, bringing a significant amount of rain with it. Latest indication suggest 10 to 20 mm of rain may fall by Tuesday morning. This is below Environment Canada’s criterion for rainfall warning when... Read More

Freezing Rain Warning Continues for Our Entire Region

Freezing Rain Warning Continues for Our Entire Region
Brockville – Freezing rain continues this afternoon and ending this evening. The freezing rain will likely persist for several hours this afternoon into the evening. Ice accumulations of a few millimetres are possible. The freezing rain will change to flurries this evening. Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become icy and slippery. Slow down driving in slippery... Read More

Roughly 5 to 10 centimetres of snow later today followed by a wintry mix Sunday

Roughly 5 to 10 centimetres of snow later today followed by a wintry mix Sunday
Brockville – A Special Weather Statement is in effect for our entire region with roughly 5 to 10 centimetres of snow later today followed by a wintry mix Sunday.   Snow is expected to develop across portions of Eastern Ontario later today. The snow should become more widespread later this afternoon and persist into the evening. General snowfall amounts of... Read More

Snowfall of 5 to 15 cm Expected Wednesday For Our Entire Region

Snowfall of 5 to 15 cm Expected Wednesday For Our Entire Region
Ottawa – Snow is expected to begin Wednesday morning across much of Central and Eastern Ontario. General snowfall amounts of around 5 to 10 cm are likely, however areas close to Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River may see as much as 10 to 15 cm. The snow will taper off late in the afternoon or early evening. Motorists... Read More

Flash Freeze Warning Now in Effect for Our Entire Region!

Flash Freeze Warning Now in Effect for Our Entire Region!
Brockville – Temperatures are forecast to fall rapidly. Ponding water, slush, and any falling precipitation will freeze as the temperature drops. Read More