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WEATHER ADVISORY WARNS OF POSSIBLE SNOW SQUALLS
11/9/2017 8:18:13 AM


Winter is expected to make an early arrival to Southwestern Ontario tonight.
      
According to Environment Canada, snow squalls are likely to develop to the southeast of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay today and will persist well into the day Friday, even stretching down into Middlesex and Elgin Counties.
     
The agency is saying a cold front will move over Southern Ontario prior to the development of snow squalls, which will rapidly reduce temperatures to the freezing mark. This will change rain showers to flurries, leading to locally icy surfaces near the afternoon rush hour.

Meteorologist Geoff Coulson indicates that if you happen to be on the road it's imperative that you drive to the conditions.

Environment Canada also says that these will be the first significant snow squalls of the season closely monitoring the situation, and may issue snow squall warnings as required.
    
   

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