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Snow squalls north of Sault expected to end by midnight

Wednesday, January 08, 2014   by: Staff


Environment Canada has updated a severe weather bulletin for Northern Ontario at 8:29 p.m. EST Wednesday January 8, 2014.
A snow squall warning is continued for Searchmont - Montreal River Harbour - Batchawana Bay and Agawa - Lake Superior Park
Snow squalls ending tonight.
West winds off Lake Superior continue to generate flurries and local snow squalls.
Further snow amounts of 5cm will be possible this evening under the squalls.
Local near-zero visibilities in snow and blowing snow are associated.
The squalls are expected to weaken by midnight.

Motorists should alter travel plans accordingly given the dangerous winter driving conditions in the area.



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