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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Wierd Nasty Weather Coming Our Way! - Special Statement!

Omemee Area May Receive Thunderstorms?

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement early this morning calling for a wide range of nasty weather conditions to hit the areas surrounding Omemee over the next few days. Drivers are advised to adjust their driving as conditions are ideal for the formation of black ice.
The special weather statement which includes Apsley - Woodview -Northern Peterborough County; Fenelon Falls- Balsam Lake Park -Northern Kawartha Lakes; Lindsay - Southern Kawartha Lakes; and  Peterborough City - Lakefield - Southern Peterborough County is calling for everything from freezing rain, thunderstorms, fog,strong winds, and snow.
Here is a screen shot of the radar map from the Millbrook Weather Station on Wunderground. The dark green norht of BArrie and south of Lake Ontario indicate rain. Whereas the pink blotches north of Manitoulin Island indicate mixed rain and snow.
Wild Weather Headed Towards Omemee
 Severe weather shown in the screen shot of the Wunderground map below shows a high wind advisory is in effect just south of Lake Ontario, and winter weather warning just south of Sherbrooke Quebec
Severe WeatherApproaching Omemee Area
Here is the special weather statement from Government of Canada Weather:

Special Weather Statement 5:29 AM EST Tuesday 23 December 2014

source: Government of Canada-Weather
Special weather statement in effect for: Apsley - Woodview - Northern Peterborough County Fenelon Falls - Balsam Lake Park - Northern Kawartha Lakes Lindsay - Southern Kawartha Lakes Peterborough City - Lakefield - Southern Peterborough County
Some un-Christmas-like weather for the first few days of winter. Winter has officially arrived, but mother nature is not paying attention to the calendar.
Milder weather will settle into the region over the next few days. Some patchy rain is likely today across Southern Ontario as a developing low pressure system over the American Midwest tracks towards the Great Lakes.
Some freezing rain is occurring this morning over parts of Eastern Ontario before the milder conditions arrive there later in the day. A freezing rain warning is in effect for this area.
Mild temperatures, rain, fog, and maybe even a few thunderstorms are expected on Christmas Eve. Temperatures should reach the high single digits in many areas and some locales could even nudge into the low or even mid teens. A few high temperature records for the day may be broken.
Very strong winds are likely to develop during the night of Christmas Eve across Southern Ontario. Wind warnings may be required as the event draws nearer.
enOn Christmas Day, mother nature will offer a meagre attempt at a white Christmas in many areas as the disturbance over the Great Lakes intensifies and heads into Northern Ontario. Cooler temperatures, strong winds and some wet flurries are likely although Don'T expect much if any accumulation for a white Christmas.
Environment Canada will continue to monitor this developing weather for the Christmas period and issue statements and any necessary warnings.
Please monitor the latest forecasts and warnings from Environment Canada at the link under related links below.
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