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Snow squalls move into areas north of the Sault

Tuesday, February 05, 2013   by: SooToday.com Staff

ENVIRONMENT CANADA

WEATHER ADVISORY

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A SNOW SQUALL WARNING IS ISSUED FOR SEARCHMONT - MONTREAL RIVER HARBOUR - BATCHAWANA BAY.
 
SNOW SQUALLS OVERNIGHT AND TODAY.

SNOW SQUALLS HAVE DEVELOPED IN THE NORTHWEST FLOW OFF LAKE SUPERIOR.

WINDS WILL SHIFT TO THE WEST AND THEN SOUTHWEST OVERNIGHT, SHIFTING THE BANDS OVER A WIDE AREA.

LOCAL SNOW AMOUNTS OF 10 CM ARE LIKELY OVERNIGHT AND AGAIN TODAY.

LOCAL NEAR ZERO VISIBILITIES WILL MAKE FOR HAZARDOUS TRAVELLING CONDITIONS.

A SNOW SQUALL WATCH IS CONTINUED FOR WAWA - PUKASKWA PARK AND WHITE RIVER - DUBREUILVILLE.
 
A SNOW SQUALL WATCH IS UPGRADED TO A SNOW SQUALL WARNING FOR AGAWA - LAKE SUPERIOR PARK.
 
NARROW BAND OF HEAVY SNOW POSSIBLE TODAY.

A LOW PRESSURE TROUGH IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP OVERNIGHT AND LIE IN A NORTHEAST TO SOUTHWEST LINE OVER THE WAWA-PUKASKWA PARK REGION THIS MORNING.

THE TROUGH WILL COMBINE WITH MOISTURE OFF LAKE SUPERIOR TO PRODUCE A NARROW BAND OF HEAVY SNOW. THIS BAND WILL MOVE SLOWLY EASTWARD THROUGH THE REGIONS DURING THE DAY.
 
LOCAL NEAR ZERO VISIBILITIES AND QUICKLY ACCUMULATING SNOW - UP TO 10 CM - WILL BE ASSOCIATED.

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